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No fuel no spark 1990 honda accord

Have just replaced main relay and fuel pump also ignition wires when i did the ing i had to dissconect alame now have put it back together i am getting no power to pump and no spark motor turing i'm stumped
have reconected alam but still no spark or power can any one help thanks 1990 honda accord

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Other than the timing belt being broken, it sounds like the crank sensor in the distributor. get a used distributor. but first pop cap off and see if it is turning with engine.

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