Question about 1991 Honda Accord
These cars have had lots of distributer problems, you will need to do a little checking, when the car doesnt start you will need to check to see if it has spark and also fuel, keep a can of starting fluid spray in the car, when it doesnt start try spraying it into the thrilebody and then try to start it, it may only run a few seconds but will let you know its a fuel problem and then it may be the fuelpump, if it doesnt start then remove a sparkplug wire and place it near the metal part of engine for a ground then have someone crank the motor while you watch to see if it sparks, you may have to insert a screwdriver into the end of the boot and place it near a ground because the connector is up inside boot and may not spark to ground, if theres no spark then i would have the dist checked or replaced and also check the dist cap. hoppe this helps,
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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