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Crv wont start, ignition ok, spark ok, injector ok,

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Wow Triple posted, do we get 4th?
still no engines size s stated, or if A/T or or M./T tranny. wow.
back up 1 ,2,3, i did answer in depth.
so if 3x ok ,then maybe engine is bad. huh.
if spark timing is way off, the ignored timing belt did slip
5min check with any timing, light, bingo , way off, cam is slipped
and now the valves are all bent and compression is zilch.
short version ,back up for longer.

Posted on Jan 04, 2014

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SOURCE: 2001 honda civic ex,wont start, no injector pulse,

Injector pulses are sent from the engines computer. Have that checked out

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SOURCE: 98 crv won't start

Check compression and timing belt. If belt is ok and you have compression, check to see if you have a pulse at the injectors. You use a device called a NOID light (basically a light bulb that plugs into the injector plug. Unplug the injectors one by one and plug the light in then crank the engine. Light should blink on and off if the system is working properly. If not check for a bad crank sensor, blown injector fuse and wiring harness. Hope this helps.

Posted on Nov 03, 2011

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