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My '92 honda civic won't start. i've put in a new ignition unit and coil, new distributor and sparks and wire. I've taken out the fuse for the ecu still nothing. i've checked for sparks out of the plug, alls good

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I advice you to check if you have put the spark plugs wire in the right order.

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92 Honda Civic won't start


I owned the SAME CAR. Love it except when the Distributor went south. You can not tell if the spark is good enough... you can have a Spark on the outside but the compression will require a much stronger spark.

If they put the Distributor in wrong, then you will have an issue.

IF the Timing Belt was moved, then you are going to be fighting this for a while. Best to Start from Scratch with a Good Mechanic and see where it leads you.

If you spray Ether into the Air Box, does the car start? No Start, you have a SPARK ISSUE. STARTS, you have a Fuel Deliver Issue

THE DISTRIBUTOR's are KNOWN to be defective,... Mine was intermittent but when I finally dropped the $225 on a distributor, all of my problems went away.

Did they cross the Spark Plug wires and that is causing your issue? Check the Firing Order.

Test your Fuel Injectors.. Use a NOIDS LIGHT

Apr 05, 2013 | 1992 Honda Civic

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92 civic engine stalled while driving; fuel pump works; replaced all plugs seeing some oil on old ones. only one plug fires; is coil still working? or the distributor? haven't checked fuel...


Hi,
Check the ignition distributor cap and clean the electric contact points it might be already dirty.

if one has a spark that means your ignition coil is still okay. Remove the whole cap and check the inside part and clean it, use emery board.
Check also the high tension wires( spark plug wires ).
Hope Fixya helps you!

Aug 28, 2011 | 1992 Honda Civic

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1994 honda civic will not start. New spark plugs and new fuel filter. The car will turn but not start. I have replaced clutch safety switch as well. lots of good gas on the tank. main relay and fuel...


REPLACE DISTRIBUTOR CAP AND ROTOR.AND PLUGS WIRES.IF GETTING NO SPARK TO PLUGS.CHECK SEE IF IGNITION COIL GETTING POWER.IF NOT CHECK IGNITION FUSE.IF POWER GOING TO COIL.FAULT EITHER COIL IS OPEN OR FAULT IN THE IGNITION MODULE IN THE DISTRIBUTOR.

Aug 23, 2011 | 1994 Honda Civic

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I have a 92 civic d15b2 8 valve motor with no firing brand new plugs wires and dizzie but still no fire checked all grounds and fuses any suggestions please help


Hondas are notorious for the igniter going bad. It is located inside the distributor and is serviced only by purchacing a new or rebuilt distributor.


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Jul 23, 2011 | 1992 Honda Civic

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No spark on 96 civic changed distributer


If you have changed the plugs, wires, and distributor, then you should check to see if the coil is putting off a spark. you can do that with a wire grounding it to the engine. It is most likely the problem. If it is putting off a good spark, and your rotor button and distributor cap are good, then for some reason the computer is not telling the coil to put out a spark. On that new of a car, the ignition is electronically controlled.

Jan 24, 2010 | 1996 Honda Civic

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95 Honda Accord Won't Start


well seems i would normaly says its the coil but i have my fellings after reading all your info that you may have a dead short leadings to your coil, a dead ecu or a bad coil... hear is why if you replaced the relay and found 2 clicks then the system arched voltage back through the wire untill it fried your relay so i feel that your problem is after the relay, not before you will need a wireing diagram to test your wires, this is where i would start simply because its the cheapest thing to start with. once you have checked the wires if that is not it I can get you a test procidure to eliminating the ecu as the fualt I will have to have a little more info than just the modle and year... Modle, year, engine size, sohc, dohc ????
good luck let me know if you need more help

Aug 22, 2009 | 1995 Honda Accord

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My 92 accord turns but have no spark


It likely has a bad igniter in the distributor. It is the same as an ignition module, but Honda calls it an igniter.

Mar 30, 2009 | 1992 Honda Accord

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1988 honda civic 1.5 l engine turns over but will not spark or run,new spark plugs,roter,and cap still no spark


well if this is the model i think it is you have pgm ignition. you have an ignition coil , ignitor unit, ground wires all(corrosion) left to check.
coil testing
  1. With ignition switch OFF, remove the distributor cap.
  2. Remove the two screws to disconnect the BLK/YEL front terminal A and WHT/BLU from terminal B of the coil.
  3. Using an ohmmeter, check resistance between terminals. Replace coil if resistance is not within specification.
  4. Check that the primary winding resistance between terminals A and B is 0.3-0.5 ohms.
  5. Check that the secondary winding resistance between terminals A and the coil tower is 9,440-14,160 ohms.
  6. If not within specifications, replace the coil.

unit testing
    1. Check and service any Honda engine codes before proceeding.
    2. Check the No. 32 50A fuse on 1985-91 models, or the No. 39 50A fuse on 1992-95 models in the dash fuse box before testing.
    3. Remove the distributor cap, rotor and the leak cover.
    4. Disconnect the wires from the igniter.
    5. Turn the ignition switch ON.
    6. Check for voltage between the BLK/YEL wire and ground. If there is no voltage check the BLK/YEL wire and ignition switch.
    7. Check for voltage between the WHT/BLU wire and ground. If there is no voltage check the WHT/BLU wire and the ignition coil.
    8. Check the continuity between the WHT wire and body ground. Service the wire or connectors as needed.
    9. Check for continuity between the BLU wire and body ground. If no continuity check the wire and connectors between the igniter unit and the
tachometer or the A/Trans control unit.

after these things let me know if problem persists
    1. If any tests were not passed, replace the igniter unit.

Mar 07, 2009 | 1988 Honda Civic 2 Door

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Car turns over but wont start


changed coil &igniter module still no spark from distributor checked wiring.current flowing to coil still nothing.any sollutions

Jul 20, 2008 | 1995 Honda Civic

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