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Got a 2003 honda civic, stalled out while driving, crankshaft sensor poped up,replaced it and the cam shaft sensor

The car won't start now any clues to what's wrong

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Check if you have spark at the plugs. Check for fuel at the rail. Then we can get closer to the problem.
If the car cranks ok but no start, look at the Main Relay and fuse.
hope this helps getting started.

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The wiring runs down the right side of the timing cover while looking at it from the drivers side of the car.

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