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I was driving along with no apparent problems,I then stoped at a stop sign ,and the engine suddenly quit. Ipulled the distibutor cap and the rotor button still spins so I think that rules out the timing belt. MY next thoughts were the ignition module or the fuel pump but I am not familiar with hondas I am kind of stumped

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Did you have checked the fuses first

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