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I have a 96 honda accord v6 2.7 and have changed the water pump and now when I put everything back together it only cranks but does not start... it's getting spark and fuel and I am put of ideas help plz...

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Check that the crank position sensor is connected up. run the fault codes to check for other problem sensors.

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SOURCE: 91 Honda Accord No spark

If the timing belt is damaged(broken or missing teeth) you will get no spark. One easy way to tell is that many times the engine will sound different as it turns over, than it used to.

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have you checked if theres enough fuel pressure coming out?

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SOURCE: Changed timing belt on 95 honda civic

check your oil make sure the crank seal is ok that u didnt spill ur oil and blow it up. then check the timing belt - you may not have had the tension tight enough on the timing belt and it may have skipped a bit causing it to not fire. i think thats the most likely.

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i Have a similar problem, but i have spark, fuel pump is working , i would crank the engine and then check the spark plugs to see if they are wet with gas,but the plugs are dry no gas is coming from the fuel injector

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SOURCE: 1994 honda accord won't start and has no spark

Check your coil and ignition module and ignition module fuse. this is a primary ignition problem for sure. check the primary resistance side of the coil it should be between 1 and 3 ohms. Also are you sure you put your cam gear at the exact mark it shoul be at and not 180 degrees off, otherwise car won't start.

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