Question about 1995 Honda Civic
I have been working on honda and acura applications for about 15 yrs,running a small import mechanic shop. If you have fuel pressure and make sure the ecu is not giving off a code. The problem is more than likley in the distributer make sure all of the wires are connected properly and if you can borrow a distributer off another car see if that works, Also there has been a recal on the 96-2000 accords for the ignition switch causing the same problem check for the same recal. email@example.com
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
All gasoline fed engines would need two crucial systems; fuel and ignition. Since you have determined that there is fuel, you may want to check the ignition system - plugs, hi-tension wires, distributor or in some cases igniter or computer box (whichever is present).
Should sparks at the end of the plugs be present, you may want to go back to the fuel possibility and verify that fuel is coming into the carbs or into the high pressure injector pumps. Electrically, there could also be a fuse for the injector pump.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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