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I have no spark in my 1987 honda accord i have replaced the coil and a new distributor also the main relay fuse is good as well as all the other fuses look good it turns over just fine seems to want to start it has no spark i can smell the gas is there a relay or modules somewhere ? and where is it located on an 1987 accord

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I have the excate same problem for my 91 accord replaced distributor 2 times now new plugs new wires new main relay but still no spark

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    i have the excate same problem for my 91 accord replaced distributor 2 times now new plugs new wires new main relay but still no spark

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I would check the crank sensor located on the bell housing. This senses that the engine is turning and allows a spark to be produced. No sensor no spark.

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