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2001 CRV. MY OEM DISTIBUTOR HAS GONE BAD AGAIN (3RD TIME). COULD BE CONNECTED WITH ECU?

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Are you buying rebuilt distributers? They are never very good quality. Buy a new 1 from Honda to save yourself headaches.

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SOURCE: will a bad distributor cause no spark out of the high tension tower of a coil

Sure, First make sure you battery is in good condition, remove the distributor cap, look at the points and the cam lobes that operate the points, try to crank the engine or turn it by hand till you see a gap between the points, clean both of them with a finger nail file, set around .o19 thousandths if an inch when they are open (Not one hundred percent sure of the gap but that should give you something to work with), you can use a matchbook cover or a similar item just to get somewhere in the ballpark, also make sure they close on the low side of the cam, also check to see if you have 12 volts at the + of high voltage coil. This should get you started.

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SOURCE: 2001 honda crv d light flashing won't go into 3rd gear

The light is flashing to alert you to the fact that the transmission control module has detected a fault in the operation of the transmission. You now need that fault ID-ed by a shop and repaired.

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