Question about 1998 Honda Accord
The car is not starting. I tried jumping the car, no luck. I replaced the distributor, and it still is exactly the same as before replacing the distributor. When I attempt to start the car, there is a clicking at the distributor. When you place the car in gear and attempt to start it, there is no clicking at all so I assume the shift sensor is good.
Might be the crank position sensor
is the fuel pump turning on... u getting spark?
did u check the starter and the voltage
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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