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My 98 acura integra 1.8 liter non vtec will not start but is turning over fine. i know the spark plugs are not firing so i changed the ignition coil and that did not work.. what would make it do that it was having problems firing up from a cold start it would turn over a bunch in morning before starting and when it messed up it just died out while driving and would not do anything but turn over.. i know its not a fuel problem a battery or alternator problem and it is not the ignition coil what else could it be

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Your vehicle may be part of a recall from Hinda/Acura. This recall involves most models, years 1998-2002. Defective part is Ignition Switch. Typical symptoms include: Random Long/Hard starts, stalls while driving (when this happens speedo drops to "0" while car is in motion), No spark, some warning lights are not lit (when key is set to "ON")..typically happens more often in hotter or humid weather. Call your local dealer with your VIN# on hand, and refer to a 2002 Honda/Acura recall regarding Ignition Switch Failure.

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  • islandguy671 Oct 01, 2010

    Within the ignition switch there is a faulty main metal contact that prematurely fails. This provides power to vital engine electrical components such as the ignition coil and on-board computer system. When the vehicle experiences no start, notice if certain lights on your dash aren't lit that normally come on (ABS, BATTERY, CHK engine, Oil..etc). Honda should be able to repair for free if it's part of the recall and if the part has never been replaced. Hopefully this Help'd!!

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