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I have a 1988 honda civic crx and it wont start

I replaced the fuel pump. i replaced the main relay. i replace the distrubitor what could it be please help me

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    will a honda crx run if the fuel pump dont work

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It could be out of time
or it could be the fuel pump relay
check all of ur basics first tho always check the simplest things first

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