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Fuel ,fire,new cap &rotor,wire firin noted ok. still no start.

Wont run. Was running ok 93 accord.got fuel press .fire to plug good new cap &rotor. wires were transferred good but didnt have a chart. noted movement good on rotor so belt still in place. May be just that little much to being out of timing?

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  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2009

    THANKS. Can you please now go to something along the crank sensor, or how to check for codes at home under the tree...as I trust what I've done. I drove it home, it ran darn good. I made repairs to radiator,brakes and brake switch. I got a new hi-dollar battery for free. There was not really an issue parts which affected this wont run problem. Please I am a pretty good auto mechanic but my license is as a jet mechanic,so i am unskilled and out gunned,but i can learn my way by you guys.Need lots of tips &tricks. I bet the timing may have moved,thats what i am going on to bed with. I need a clue,a good one. I luv u guys man.DOLLARNAQRTR...@ hawkeye90@hotmail.com

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2009

    As a shade tree guy I swallowed my pride and took the honda in after replacing distributor. Everything was good.I just didnt except the simple fact that I had blow-by. I'm going to do the old liquid glass and try to ge it back to a decent running work car. Thanks for hearing my troubles. We goin quiet........

  • Anonymous Apr 07, 2009

    I did the the liquid glass in the coolant system. The system was thourghly cleansed prior to going forward. The car is running very well,however it wont pass emissions sniffer. There is relatively no visible smoking ,and nothing noxious to breathe . Now I am curious as to why I find timing at 60 degrees as oposed to 17. I am trying to work it out. Dollarnaqrtr hawkeye90@hotmail.com

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    will not start cold temp sensor good fuel pump,injectors,cap rotor new cyl.3 fires 1 2 4 fooled out have good spark code 1399 0300 0301

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Did you put REAL HONDA parts or aftermarket parts.....i bet you put aftermarket parts in it...Hondas and Toyotas are very sensitive about ignition parts...ONLY get the real deal....NO aftermarket junk. i did the same mistake with my 89 honda accord. never again...

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  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2009

    Ok i saw that "It Ran good" and " Now it wont run" and " New Cap and Rotor" and "Transferred Wires". next time i will ask for more clarification. With my past experience with Hondas they are very picky about what you put in the ignition system. It just doesnt make sense for it not to start with another problem after replacing the cap,rotor, wires if it ran before. Please post what the problem(s) really was after it gets back on the road. Thanks.

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