Question about 2000 Honda Civic
Posted on Oct 16, 2013
Testimonial: "I replaced both the cap and rotor, and still nothing. It turns over, but doesn't start"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
bro, check ur main relay. its under the dash. replace it, check also ur distributor(replace it). and also your ECU
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
Testimonial: "right answer but I received it much too late. I went to a mechanic and paid him to fix it."
Try pounding on the gas tank with a rubber mallet or similar tool. (careful not to dent the tank) Try starting it. If it runs, replace the fuel pump (it's nfg). I've diagnosed numerous fuel pumps this way. Remember the pump needs to be replaced, if you drive it, you don't know when it'll fail for good. Hope this helps. Please post the results.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
if your not getting spark then your coil is the mostlikely cause it's obviously not a timing issue since you stated that the rotor is spinning. if the spark plugs are bad then replace them too . to be sure that your getting spark to all cylinders test each of the spark plugs after replacing the coil. just to besure it's not starving for fuel as well spray a little ether in the breather if it fires off right away that means the even though your fuel pump works it may not have a high enough pressure. let me know the results
Posted on May 17, 2009
SOURCE: My 1998 honda civic ex
Make sure your distruibutor rotor in turning while cranking engine, if it is timing belt ok, more then likely your not getting spark to spark plugs check your ignition coil, but more then likely it's going to be your ignition module.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
The Main relay on your vehicle is defective. When the relay is operating while the engine is started and running, it gets hot. Add the hot weather to the relay and they break inside. The relay is located on the side firewall driverside above the left kick plate inside the car,and is secured with a 10mm hex cap screw (bolt). Replace this relay, and your vehicle should start.
It looks like this;
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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