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Computer box hello,,no sparks at the plugs.please help..

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Not sure of model or year but older honda civics had problem with a device called an "ignitor" located inside distributor, was a recall item at one time with free replacement. YouTube has videos on replacement.

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1993 Dodge Spirit. Will start run till warmed up then quits. Unable to start again until it cools down. Then does the same thing What is the problem> Have replaced the fuel pump,injector,computer box,...


Hello thomas, next time it dies & fails to start, check to see if it's getting spark to the plugs. If no spark, the ignition module, sometimes called the pickup, could be breaking down when hot....Also a faulty ignition coil will cause the same conditions...Check the EGR, & the EGR pipe, make sure it not's clogged with carbon.... Cat converter and exhaust for excessive back pressure.

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Hello Sir:

There are 2 Problems that can prevent your car from starting:

#1) Make Sure your getting Fuel

#2) And Check to see if you are getting Spark to your Spark Plugs,By pulling off 1-Spark Plug wire and take plug out also, Put spark plug back in the Wire. Have someone crank the engine over,and see if theres Spark at the Spark Plug.

#3) If your car is'nt even cranking over,then the problem is in either your Ignition switch,starter relay,starter,or it can be as simple as a relay or Fuse, check in your fuse box inside,to make sure ALL fuses are good.

#4) Then under your hood you should see a plastic Cover Fuse and Relay Block as well, Check these also,Mainly if its labeled Crank,or starter. Also check your Starter relay. they are a Larger componet in the box under your hood.

#5) to check this relay you'll need a OHM meter to check for resistance. also check the EMC Fuses or Relays.

#6) if no fuel check fuel pump fuse and replace fuel filter 1st.

#7) If no Spark make check your Coils.I'm sure if you follow these tests you'll locate your problem.

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