Question about 1992 Honda Accord
Was driving my car when I let off the accelerator and the car died instantly. Tried to restart it and it won't fire. Engine turns over just fine but won't start. Checked for fuel at the fuel rail and there is good pressure there. Opened the oil fill and looked in and saw that the timming belt is still there and working. Pulled the wire off of the distributer from the coil and checked for spark and there was none. Was wondering if there was a chance that this could be related to the main relay or if the problem was some where else. Checked the wires that connect to the coil and with the car on one is hot and the other two are neg. Not sure if that helps. Any help would be great!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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