Question about Honda Civic
It could be your fuel pump. Have you had the fuel pump pressure checked?? Also, check your EGR system and recheck vacuum hoses carefully for cracks and loose fittings (try pulling the hose off to test tightness. Replace fuel filter if you haven't done so.
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Posted on Aug 09, 2010
A: It could be a distributor pick up coil. If you have a multimeter, unplug the electrical connector from the distributor (should only be 2 wires) and check the ohms when cranking the engine (when you have the no-start condition). If you don't get any readings at all (i.e. the needle stays at infinity) you have a bad pickup coil. This problem will give the same appearence as a no-fuel situation, and will really act up when it is hot. B. It could also be a faulty fuel relay. This will give you problems when the interior of the car is hot. should be located on the wall of the car near the drivers foot well. behind the hood release.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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