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99 Honda Civic will not start.

My daughter was driving when the engine died. thought she was out of gas,not the problem. Not getting any fire. checked distributor and rocker arm for rotation,which did rotate. We did use starting spray and no fire at all. Would like to check all options before taking car to a mechanic. Thank you, oldsalty

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If the spark plug is not getting fire,you need to check if the distributor is getting current,there is a wire that goes in ,follow the wire if it is not unplug .

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