Question about 1991 Honda Accord
I have replaced the distributor,cap, rotor, main relay, ecm and still nothing what else could it be?
When there is no spark there will not be fuel most the time
THE ECU cut fuel when it see 3 forms of lost spark.
find no spark reason. at all spark plugs and coil,
did you do the check light test,? CEL flash tests.
insert jumper wire.
crank for 5 seconds
the flash codes (3 above) flash out telling you why spark is bad.
all cars 1988 to now USA.
for get fuel
fix spark and bingo fuel happens.
if fuel dont happen, with spark the try test fuel.
if test fuel fails with spark the cam belt threw or slipped and
the compression is now way below 150PSI ,wot.
Posted on Feb 25, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need a new distributor, these are a common problem and available new at just about any auto parts store. There are three inductive pick-up coils, a module and coil inside this thing and they go bad. You could try changing the module first, but they are non returnable, if it doesn't fix it, you're stuck. If it does fix it, chances are, the pickup coils are on their way out soon.
I would just get the whole new unit, about a 100 bucks on Ebay, $185 at the store.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
First, remember you need spark and gas. Do you have both? Run a fuel pressure test. Then run a spark test. If you have both. next do a compression test for each cylinder. Too low? You need a new engine. Just right? Go to next step...
Check underneath the distributer AND inside the cap. Is there any oil under the distrib. or inside the cap? If so, you may need a new distributer, especially if oil is found inside the cap and rotor.
If this checks out OK. Next, open the oil fill cap on top of your engine block. Look inside while someone else tries to make it start. Is the shaft inside the hole moving/rotating while the car is trying to be started? If not, you needle to replace the timing belt.
The last test is a starter test. Locate the starter and get a long pry bar. While your assistant tries to start, you start to strike the started with the pry bar, if the car suddenly starts ; you need to replace the starter.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
If there is no power to the coil, then the crankshaft position sensor is most likely faulty. You can test it with an ohmmeter in the ohm setting and see if you get a good strong reading. If you get a good reading, then check power from ignition switch
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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