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Civic 1995 Hi I have a 1995 civic and the car won't start. The car engine turns but the car but i have no ignite on the spark plug & my fuel pump isn't turning on . I bought a new relay and fuel pump. So I'm all out of ideas. Please help with any ideas. Thanks.

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  • John Husman May 11, 2010

    are you getting a check engine light and if so what is the code?because if you are not getting a signal from your crank angle sensor your fuel pump will not come on.did you check to see if you had power going to the relay when you turn the key to the run position?

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Yeah ommjohn had some great questions for ya. If the crank sensor is bad you will have no fire to the plugs. So i'll make this short and sweet. You already replaced the relay and fuel pump. So either you have a bad crank sensor, or your car computer is bad. If i were in your shoes i would go to a salvage yard and purchase a computer for your car. This is an expensive item so thats why you go to the salvage yard you can pick up for like 50 bucks. The computer is inside your honda, bolted to the floor back behind your heater and stereo. I just about guarantee this will fix your car. You have no fire, and no fuel. The computer controls both of these important components.. Should be an easy fix for ya

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