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95 honda accord will turn over but not start. If I reattach the negative terminal with the key in the auxillary position, I can get the fuel pump to come on and the car will start, but after it sits

EX model with Hitachi distributor, 4 cylinder

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  • Honda Master
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One of the best posts ever, of 4000. even EX model and dizzy maker.
wow. !
my guess, is it passes a time 4 spark tests.
the 1st rule of all EFI systems is.
1: if the ECU even THINKS (sic) there is no spark it MUST cut fuel.
the ECU has 3 ways to find bad spark (not all ways)
A: spark read back signal dead. (dtc 8? or 15)
B: CMP dead,
C: CKP dead.
the ECU will in fact flash the codes out to tell you which of the 3 are dead, if dead. ever do that yet? (code 4,8,9, 15)? others?
this is called by me, "crash and burn logic", (EFI Rules)

So never ever, troubleshoot fuel loss. with out doing all the above first.
1988 to 2013 cars, all work the same.(EFI)
some cars only activate the fuel pump cranking and running.
that be rule 2:

the ECUis covered in the FSM>
here is a free FSM.

recap,
test for spark using a test spark plug x4 (and at coil if easy)
do the scan, of the ECU, the winky blinky test, using the JUMPER.
first.


Posted on Nov 22, 2013

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SOURCE: 95 Accord starting problem

hi,i had the exact same problem,and after many frustrating months ,i found out that by changing the speed sensor relay(located on the gearbox),solved all the problems.6 months have passed and still no troubles.when the motor heats up yhe contacts in the relay expand and dont make contact,thats why if you wait a short time and it cools down a bit it starts.i hope it works for you also.
steve.

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SOURCE: where is the starter relay on a 94 Honda Accord

Yes, it sounds like your solenoid is bad and staying engaged against the flywheel, you could do an amperage draw and a voltage drop test to find out for sure, but you will need an DVOM and a amp clamp. Or you could take it into an auto parts store and they will test it for free. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: 95 honda accord dx with 2.2 non vtec won't stay

Hello
You say you checked the ignition switch, you are 100% sure that isn't the problem? this year and indeed most 1990's Honda"s has a problem with the electrical contacts in the ignition starter switch, the symptom is the car will run until the key is released to the run position or the engine just stalls for no reason, the switch is very easy to replace and I bet is your problem, just remove the sterring column covers, they are a **** shell cover the screws are recessed on the bottom of the cover, Honda doesn't sell the switch seperately from the key cylinder buy it is sold in the after market, here is a price and picture of the part.

STANDARD MOTOR PRODUCTS Part # US288 {IGNITION STARTER SWITCH} $31.79 US
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Posted on Nov 24, 2009

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SOURCE: 93 honda accord ex died while driving,ran again

Check for fuel, sound's like not getting fuel.

Posted on May 12, 2010

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Hi, you have to remove the power steering pump to get the alternator out. Please let me know if you have questions, and thanks for using FixYa.

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