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Wont start hi i have a 1.5 honda civic japp import im not getting any power at pump or at coil what cud cause this

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Main relay, under driver side dash. If it does start, but it's hard to start all the time, I recommend you replace the fuel pump and coil. Both of those items get weak when the main relay starts to malfunction. I recommend the msd external coil, and upgraded fuel pump. Spend a good bit of money but it will be a one time fix, and you can enjoy your car for a long time.

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