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1995 Integra has no spark

I have no spark. I put in a new distributor but did not help. What are the other options?

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  • ja_corcoran May 24, 2009

    I changed the distributor which had the new coil, ignitor and crankshaft position sensor. someone said it might be the main relay but i have no idea where that is located.

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Put a timing light on any plug wire press the button or, turn on the timing light: if it flashes you have a good ignition circuit

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Check the ignition coil

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  • jman415 May 24, 2009

    the main relay is located in the dash to the left of the steering wheel. A 10mm bolt holds it in place and should look brown in color. i believe that's where it is

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