One day, when we cranked the engine, no lights were flashing. Well, we were pretty sure that the timing belt was still good. The timing belt is fine and lined up correctly-the timing is not off. We replaced the spark plugs, spark plug wires, and ignition coil 3rd party brand. When I was pulling up into my driveway, it felt like it was going to stall so I quickly let off the accelerator and pushed in on the clutch. Actually, I found that you do not have to take the rotor off to replace the coil. When we tried to start the car today, we had not tried in 3 days.
On most vehicles the fuel tank must be removed, but on many Honda automobiles there is an access panel located just above the fuel pump in the trunk or under the back seat. There's going to be a 17mm on top of the sending unit for the fuel line. In other words 2001 is different than 02-05. The gas leak has been found to be located at the top of the tank where the fuel pump meets and touches the gas tank. No matter the part, caring for your car or truck with superior parts is the best strategy over time.
What else could the problem be? Civic fuel pumpshould be under the rear seats. Also, I opened up the distributor to make sure the rotor was secure. The car has plenty of fuel pressure there. You can loosen the gas cap to ensure that there isn't any residual pressure when you disconnect different things. If it's the pump, I would suggest that you take it in. You might have to take off the fuse box to get to the top clip. So, anyway, a long time of troubleshooting and this is what the problem was.
I was trying to replace the ignition coil. What eventually fixed the problem was when we replaced the main relay. Then, the other day, one light went on and then off. The distributor cap is only about a year and a half old, along with the rotor. Once off, maybe take a picture of how it's assembled, remove the spring, then pads, and if you're replacing it, the solenoid. So, I have a couple of questions.
I just parted out the entire car, check my other listing for some rare parts. We know at least one fuel injector is working. I do not know much about cars so I would appreciate any help. The mechanic told me that the car was flooded. The car started up on the first try and I did not have any problems at all. When you buy a new car, you are paying for a group of features that are only as good as the parts they use.
I was in 2nd gear, but my speedomter said I was going about 40 mph. This is not a problem on all Civics within this model year span. Hey Scott, Thanks for your response. I was trying to get up a steep hill in the snow. It just died one day and never would crank back up. It does spin when we crank the engine. The car struggled to keep running.
So, I don't think the timing is off in the distributor. I am also getting spark. I am also getting compression. It was a fairly simple problem. All you have to do is crank the engine plugs and injectors still in take out all of the spark plugs, and smell them to see if they smell like gas. Today, we did the tests with the spark plugs.
You do not acquire ownership rights to any content, document or other materials viewed through the site. I just did a full tune-up on my accord and it ran great for all of 5 minutes. He is thinking that the spark is the problem. Then, I cranked the engine while someone else looked at the injectors. Anyway, he then went ahead and checked the spark on the spark plug and wire and he said that it was getting a very weak spark. Speaking from Michigan that is, if you are south, that's probably going to be different.