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No start getting code 14

Tried a known good distributor with no change

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    No spark, are you sure of this??

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Cables iniction conection

Posted on Aug 30, 2008

I tried a known good ECM and the car is fixed

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Runs good, after 30 mins stalls no injector pulse and hard to start.after 10-15 mins starts again, spark OK. changed fuel pump,distributor. Same


run the fault codes and check for problem ECM
There is an electronic component failure in the injector circuit that when over heats , shuts that injector circuit down
try replacing the ECM with a known good unit

Dec 09, 2015 | 1988 Ford Tempo

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94 honda accord lx, has a code 14. Changed the IAC valve and it went away. Drove it around on highway and stop and go traffic, worked great, just started it again and the code 14 is back and car shut


The code is for a faulty idle air control valve, or faulty computer.
The computer can not control the idle speed by using the valve.
Could be a wiring problem, vac leak, or computer issue.

Dec 04, 2012 | 1994 Honda Accord

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Car stopped while driving. Tried to start it , but to o avail. Turns over , but no spark. Changed coil changed distributor changed rotor and still nothing. Any ideas?


Hi, you will need a voltmeter to diagnose the problem. Set your meter to DC, turn the key on, and check the voltage at the positive coil terminal (black wire with white stripe) with the other probe at engine ground. If no battery voltage, suspect your ignition switch or fuse. If you have battery voltage to the coil, next set your meter to AC and check voltage across the coil primary winding (black wire with white stripe and other black wire) while someone cranks the engine. You should have at least 1 volt AC or more. If no AC voltage, suspect your crank angle sensor inside the distributor. The distributor would have to be replaced, so you would want to be sure it's bad. There are some specific tests you could run, but I would need to know the exact engine you have to provide correct test procedures.

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TESTING

E16i, CA16DE and CA18DE Engines
See Figures 1, 2 and 3


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Fig. Fig. 1: Crank angle sensor testing terminals-CA16DE engine


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Fig. Fig. 2: Crank angle sensor testing-E16i engine


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Fig. Fig. 3: Crank angle sensor testing-CA18DE engine

  1. Disconnect the CMP electrical connector.
  2. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
  3. Using a voltmeter and check the CMP power source between terminal B and a known good engine ground. The voltmeter should read approximately battery voltage.

    If reading is as specified, proceed to the next step. If reading is not as specified, check power supply circuitry.

  1. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position.
  2. Using an ohmmeter, check the CMP sensor ground circuit, by connecting the meter between a known good engine ground and terminal:

    E16i engine- terminal D . CA16DE and CA18DE engines- terminal A .

  1. Continuity should exist.

    If continuity does not exist, repair open in ground circuit. If continuity does exist, proceed to the next step.
  2. Start the engine.
  3. To test the sensor 180° signal, connect a logic probe between the following terminals:

    E16i and CA18DE engines-ECU terminal 17 and a known good engine ground. CA18DE engine-ECU terminals 21, 31 and a known good engine ground.

  1. To test the sensor 1° signal, connect a logic probe between the following terminals:

    E16i and CA18DE engines-ECU terminal 8 and a known good engine ground. CA18DE engine-ECU terminals 22, 32 and a known good engine ground.

  1. The logic probe should indicate that a pulse signal exists in both tests. If a pulse signal was not present, inspect wiring. If wiring is okay, replace the crank angle sensor.

May 21, 2011 | 1987 Nissan Pulsar

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1987 toyota corolla 3dr hatchback with 1.6l DOHC 16v eng. Came in with a no start. have spark and check engine light is on with key and get a code 6. TPS all checks out good. Checked wires from distributor...


A code 6 is an RPM missing signal. Your distributor coil circuit is open (or could be the coil).Check continuity with a volt meter.Check the blue/yel wire and the white one for cracks or broken,and if possible trace them to the computer for continuity. This malfuntion is a code 6 BUT car should start even so. Now to the injectors:check pulsating ground from computer,if not check wiring,if they are OK,try another computer.

Jan 26, 2010 | 1987 Toyota Corolla 2 Door

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Doesn't start


To put it simply it's either spark, fuel or compression. If the timing belt is okay (not broken or timing marks don't line up) and you have spark, you need to make sure you have clean gas and not water (from condensation) or air being sprayed out the injector nozzles. Try using quick start spray or even pouring some gas down the trottle body and see if it starts. If it does then check the relays, pump and lines. I've seen pin hole leaks in lines that caused symptoms similar to vapour lock. Check the
Main EFI relay (it's under the dash near the brake pedal) they usually stop working when the car is parked in the hot sun. Sometimes leaving the doors open, or pushing the car into the shade so it can cool down, will get the car to start again. I would get a distributor and a Main EFI relay from a junkyard. Because it's too expensive just swapping in new parts, and it's always a good idea to keep a spare distributor around as they are known to go bad on old Integra's.

Aug 18, 2009 | 1993 Acura Integra Hatchback

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No fuel no spark 1990 k5 blazer 350


Take off the distributor cap. Check the star wheel that is splined to the distributor shaft that the pick-up coil uses. Make sure this wheel is not loose on the distributor shaft. It is right above the pick-up. If it is loose, replace the distributor. This is a common problem. If it needs one, all the part stores stock the distributor.

Mar 07, 2009 | 1989 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer

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Falt code 54what is it


Are you getting a no start situation, or is engine running at low power? Code 54 is fuel injector sync pick-up is not being sensed by logic module. try disconnecting connector to distributor pick-up & clean it good, add dielectric grease and reconnect, a well as the logic module (computer) connectors. One other thing to check is wire to oxygen sensor isn't grounding out somewhere, as that has been known to cause code too.

Mar 07, 2009 | 1992 Dodge Dakota

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Honda accord 1992


It could be the ignition (spark plug) leads that connect to to the spark plugs, one could be shorting out or open circuit. Get them tested if possible, or just buy a new set, probly not too expensive. Could try swapping the leads with some known good ones (ie off another car that doesn't have the problem) before buying new ones, but if it's a '92 and never had them replaced it's probly good to do them anyway.

Oct 18, 2008 | 1992 Honda Accord

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