Question about 1991 Honda Civic
I just recently had a problem with my honda not starting when it was hot but now the car won't start when cold.... i have a new battery, new spark plugs, new distrubutor, new spark plug wires, new fuel pump, new rotor button, new timing belt, new oil filter, new fuel filter. the car is getting fuel into the carberator but not to the spark plugs, only two of the four plugs are getting fuel and i have changed everything under the hood except the camshaft and ignitor coil. the fuel relay is good all the fuses inside and outside the car have been changed atleast twice already but yet the car insists on just continuosly turningthe engine over and not starting
Could be distributor rotor or engine timing.
Posted on Apr 26, 2015
Try doing an ohms test on your fuel injectors. Sounds like 1 or 2 could be bad.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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