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2.2 HONDA ACCORD LX

CAR DIED WONT START HAS FUEL PRESSURE TIMING BELT STILL INTACT COIL FIRES BUT NO SPARK TO PLUGS

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    Marvin May 11, 2010

    Has the rotor been replaced yest? still no spark?

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    Marvin May 11, 2010

    You say the timing belt is intact, but has it jumped time, that means the belt has slipped over the gear teeth due to wear, have you checked this? To check this, put the engine to #1 cylinder TDC and make sure the marks on the crank pulley and cam are lined up with their respective index marks.

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No spark, check is there a pip signal (RPM response) , If not replace distributor, Probably shorted ignition

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Possible answer ...woodruff key broke in cam gear, now shows wear on cam shaft and in timing gear , possible valve damage

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Ok if you have spark from the coil to the distributor cap, the rotor inside the distributor cap is bad and needs to be replaced, This is the only possible answer.
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