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No 12v power from fuse box to ignition barrel :-(

No power from fuse box to ignition barrel :-( 1989 Honda Civic

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  • b_rad8506 Jun 27, 2009

    12v power from battery through main ignition fuse ok

    12v power from battery through battery fuse ok
    no 12v power at ignition barrel assembly.
    disconnect ignition assay plugs and test wires, still no power.



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