Question about 1997 Honda Civic
First change the fuel filter its due anyway at 90thou plus. then you have to check sparkplugs, due anyway. then have the fuel pressure checked if it is building 30psi plus. if not the fuel pump may be the culprit.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
There are 3 major problems why car can't crank.
1. Bad fuel mix.. or no fuel.
2. Bad Air & Gas compression. (air and gas intake to the cylinders are not proportionate)
3. Poor spark plugs or poor electric wiring to engine (nothing to ignite the compressed mix)
There are thousands of other reasons why a car don't start, but the above mentioned are the most common and critical.
hope it helps.
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