Question about 1996 Honda Civic
Even with the reprogrammed key's the engine would crank, it might not start but it would crank over so that leave's only one thing, your used ignition switch is bad.
Posted on Nov 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would check your firing order, and all the stuff with the distributor,
no loose connections and stuff, check the condition of all your plugs,
make sure they are gapped correctly, check everything, maybe your
injectors are clogged or broken? (unlikely but still check it out) then
at last check for compression. All you need is fuel, spark and
compression to fire. Check all cylinders to make sure they are ok on
Get your tools (for removing a spark plug) ready. Try to start the engine, pumping the accelerator a little while you crank. Take a spark plug out. Is the spark plug wet with gas (smell fuel)? If so, you are getting fuel. Hook the spark plug you just took out up to the coil, lay it on the engine where it will be grounded to the metal. Get someone to crank the engine, and check for spark at the end of the plug. If there is a good spark, that eliminates another problem (don't crank the engine, or let it run too long with the plug out). If you have spark, and fuel, either the timing is way off (broken, slipped timing belt/chain), or you have no compression (internal engine).
Do you have a "Check Engine" light, or any other warning light on? Recently you make any work there or disconnected the battery? Are you thniking in Theft, Immobilizer or Passlock security alarm? Is this occurrs and the keys isn't work, its need to re-programmed, for this need to visit your Honda dealer.
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Posted on Feb 08, 2011
SOURCE: 1995 Honda Civic won't start
U will need to replace the ignition electrical switch, it is attached to the other end of the ignition key cylinder,de-trim the steering wheel for access to the switch, about 4 screws hold the **** shell covers on.
Posted on May 26, 2009
I had the same problem with my Daughters 91 civic 4dr..It turned out to be the ignition switch.. Replaced the electronic portion (kept the original Key) and it fixed the problem.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
Sounds like a starter. next time it does it try to tap on starter with screw driver handle or hammer handle just a couple taps then try to restart car if starts then starter is going.
Posted on May 03, 2010
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the remote s faulty then key fob will not get programmed.
the key in ignition. Turn the key to on position, and cycle the key three times
off-on-off-on-off-on. Then with the key fob remote select your remote and then
try to operate the vehicle with remote.
are just the basic procedure, but sometimes it will not help.
that case dealer is the only option.
is a related troubleshooting link mentioned below for remote key fob reprogramming.
Click the link below to go through its
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