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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1998 honda accord problem
Lets hope the timing belt didn't break! If it turns over very fast and kind of sounds like a sewing machine, this is probably the problem. If it is, big repair bill! If it cranks over and sounds like a normal engine that just isn't starting, there are a number of possibilities. Start by checking for spark. Get a spare spark plug and insert it into one of the plug leads and hold the threaded portion of the plug on a good ground. Have someone crank the engine over while you watch for spark. No spark means you have to check the entire ignition system. If you have spark, then you probably have a fuel problem, you can crack a line at the filter to see if fuel comes out when the engine cranks. No fuel means you may have a bad pump. If you do have fuel at the filter, you can use a stethoscope to listen to the fuel injectors, to make sure they are clicking when the engine is being cranked over. No clicking could mean a computer problem.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
make sure your getting full contact with you main positive and ground if nor another thing can be you fuel pump you can try replacing that also
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
Detach the cable from the negative terminal of the battery. Caution: If you have an anti-theft radio, make sure you have the activation code before disconnecting the battery.
Remove the battery and battery tray from the engine compartment (remove the battery first, then remove the bolts for the battery tray and remove it.).
Remove the lower radiator hose and the wiring harness from the starter bracket. Make sure they are positioned out of the way.
Clearly label, then disconnect the wires from the terminals on the starter motor solenoid (the smaller cylinder attached to the starter). Disconnect any clips securing the wiring to the starter.
Remove the mounting bolts (two) and detach the starter (pull it gently out of its housing).
Reverse this procedure for installation.
Hope this is of help to you.
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
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