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Our 2001 Honda CRV wont start. The ECU, main relay, complete distributer, plugs and wires have been replaced. Gas was poured down the intake manifold and a gas odor was emitted from the exhaust and the car still would not start. You can hear the fuel punp cycle though when you turn on the ignition. When the car fail it was being driven an simply died there was not any warning. There are no codes on the computer. Any sugestion? hdoscher@aol.com

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    Carl May 11, 2010

    Did you verify spark at the plug ?

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Did u replace the icm too?

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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    gabriel Dec 26, 2013

    sounds like the ignition switch needs to be replaced

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