Question about 1991 Honda Civic
We replaced the main relay, the rotor, the distributor cap, the battery & the solenoid. Checked the fuses-all okay. It cranks, doesn't turnover. The timing belt is okay, the starter is good, it's getting fuel & spark.
And it has a full tank of gas.(; We checked the ignition module in the distributor and it is good.
It was running well, then all of a sudden, would not start.
What is going on? Help! Is there anything ewlse we can do?
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
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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