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I have a 94 Honda civic EX the car won,t immediately, i have to leave the key on the ACC position and after a while the fuel pump does kick on. I already replay the MAIN relay but the issue persist, there any other relay that control the fuel pump ?

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  • afclgt83 May 19, 2009

    I have a 94 Honda civic EX, the car won,t start immediately, i have to leave
    the key on the contact position and after a while(it depends sometimes is 20 seconds sometimes 5 minutes) until I hear the fuel pump is activated and then can start my car.
    I already replay the MAIN relay, fuel pump but the issue persist, there any other relay that control the fuel pump? or other electrical part?

  • afclgt83 May 20, 2009

    finally my problem was solved after i replace some fuses ( i do know which fuse was exactly the one that was causing this problem but I replace the one next to the ecu under the hood and a couple of fuses under the drive wheel,(the fuses were of 7.5 and 10 i do not remember exactly which ones but if you read the labels I replaced all that have a relation with engine power and start functions)

  • Dave  C
    Dave C May 11, 2010

    Faulty ignition switch, replace the contact set on the back of it.



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Check the ignition switch do you have allot of keys on your key ring the weight of having too many keys on your key rings will wear out your ignition switch in a short time

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