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3 things make an engine start : compression wich is lost slowly and seems not the case here , fuel : take off the air filter and tube leading to the intake manifold , insert 2 table spoons of fuel and with nobody face near it start the engine , if it start and died , the problem his fuel pump , fuel pump fuse , injectors or the computer circuit and finaly spark , test the sparkplugs and coils .
1 - Coolant sensor for ECU that tells the ECU how hot / cold the engine is (bit like a choke) replace this as it is cheap and good house keeping.
If still no good then:
2 - Blocked tank vent - when the problem happens remove the fuel filler cap and try to start, if it starts fine the vent tube for the tank is blocked. Unblock to resolve. (normally the thin tube that runs down the side of the filler neck, some Civics do have a seperate filter vent on the side of the fuel tank)
If still no good let me know but I am sure it will be one of the above.
try: clean the air intake filter, clean spark plugs, (replace if needed) check fuel pump to see if it is working properly! refer to Haynes manual for Honda civics. $14 - $16 at any real auto parts store clean fuel injectors
I dont know where do you live, but honda civic 1992 don use carburator, they are fuel injection, you can have coolant temp sensor problem, or map sensor problem, run diagnose jumping the diagnose wires loated in the passenger side, kick panell close to the door wall, better get the repair book in the parts store to locate the conector ,and read how you can run the diagnosis