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1990 civic 1.5 wont start sometimes,specially after is been cranked few times. it turns. thanks

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Sounds like the main relay. this controlls the fuel pump. it is located to the left of the hood release behind the plastic kick panel. its hard to get to but can be done. a few tips for you, #1 when you go to start the car the relay will click when your check engine light comes on with the key and will click when the light goes off, if it doesn't click BOTH times then it is your problem #2 it is held on with a 10mm bolt at the top of the relay. ps it will be pretty big for a relay about an inch thick and two inches wide

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