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Re: honda prelude 1992 2.3
Very easy remove distributor cap inside notice the position of the rotor when instaling it back need to be at the same place remove electrical wire remove bolt remove distributor 2 thing you have to do notice the place of rotor if not car wont start and put the distributor in the same position with the bolt holding it if not timing will be off good luck hope it FIXYA pierre
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Change ignition module in distributor. If it is actually starting and stopping right away, and the fuel filter is good, it will be the MAF. Mass air flow sensor. But if it was that it probably wouldn't start even after an hour. Sounds more like the module. You can change the whole distributor if that's easier for you. If it was me, i'd get one from a wrecker.
Check for free play on distrubtor.
If you has a known good disturbutor then do the swap.
Lite white smoke during warm up is OK.
If the white smoke is still noticable after 15 minutes of start up then you should start monitor the coolant level and oil level.
If the temp. is raising then it can be stage one of blown headgasket.
Keep track of the temp. and make sure the oil is not getting a white/creamy texture.
DO NOT drive it if it's overheating.
theres a lil slot on the lower left face plate of the dash.. Insert Ignition key or suitable tool (very small screwdriver) and hold for a few seconds.. this will reset the mileage counter and turn off the oil lamp.. Thankx
check the timing belt. you can do this by either taking off the top cover or by opening the oil cap and see if the cams are turning when the ignition is cranked. I say this assuming that the starter is engaging.