Question about 1991 Honda Civic
It might be what happened to another guy. He put a YouTube Video up entitled 'Honda No Start? Possibly Main Relay' and it says that this can occur in hot weather. And, he shows how to fix it yourself, so it may be worth checking out:
Good Luck! -Shane
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
Could be your distributor coil going bad, when is cold it work normal, then when it get hot it gets weak or some time it just quit. next time when you shut the engine down when its hot, get a spare spark plug and ground it to the car and turn the ignition over to see you get any sparks. you may get some see if its strong or weak sparks. also check if you getting fuel, i switch my fuel filter from steal casing to a see through plastic filter which allow me to see the pump working and the fuel flow correctly. I still have the original fuel pump which is 18year old unit.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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