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Just because it's a new part doesn't mean it works. Have you checked fuel pressure? Do you hear the pump turn on when you turn the key to on not start. Its a honda so the fuel pump it easy to access from under the back seat. Test power and ground from pump and from harness. I've had to redo fuel pumps due to faulty parts a lot of times.
it may not be a solenoid--but dirty fluid or filter or even level--mite be a computer control issue too--have car scanned and a data stream run that shows in detail--a test drive by an experienced tech helps but dont fall fora rebuild cause trans can last to 300 thou miles
You will probably have to contact a Honda/Acura dealership with proof you own your vehicle and the vehicel VIN number (found on the metal plate on the drivers side of the dash). It is a security mechanism on honda/acura vehicles that anytime the radio is removed from power (i.e. battery failure/replacement) it need that code to unlock it. Write it down as you will need it anytime you replace your battery.
heres a diagram, make sure your timing marks are lined up,but you may have cause engine damage if the belt was installed and the gears not lined up, the pistons may have bent some valves, the only way to know is to check the marks,
I have a 1992, and it was the dimmer switch.
best found cheap at the junkyard. Just pry it out with a screwdriver and unclip the wire harness. Otherwise look for exposed wire. Sorry I can't be more helpful.