So far, I've changed the rotor, wires, plugs, and dist cap. It was the Coil Even though it Ohmed ok it was Bad Warning do not test fuel pump if the engine is Hot!!! I replaced the rotor today and it still isn't getting spark. Attach the battery positive terminal to the No. Please or to join the conversation. Can't wrap my brain around that at all. The rotor spins and all.
Then check for continuity between the No. Can someone please tell me how to test the module in the distributor, the coil in the distributor and the wiring to the distributor? Hi, I got the new 02 sensor in and you were right that was a bit! We look forward to helping everyone with their car repairs and questions, but please take the time to read this sidebar. For my Sol B16 it is 18 Nm 13 lb. Clean it if necessary with a towel that will not leave any lint or residue. Just get a spark checker and make sure you have spark at the end of all the wires.
To go into more details, the three main areas where the problem will reside in and that you should concentrate on when facing a no start condition are: 1. At first I thought I might have flooded it but even after an hour or so still no luck. The injectors have power but if I pull them out and crank the fuel doesn't squirt, and no fuel can be smelled in the exaust. You can find this tutorial in Spanish here: at: autotecnico-online. I have a circuit tester tool.
This is how I checked the main relay. YouTube has many helpful topics. A Main Relay throws no code when it fails. This would only occur about once every 2 months. You need to replace the distributor. I can smell the gas. You should get around 0.
Difference Between A No Start And A No Crank Condition There's a world of a difference between a No Crank and a No Start condition. If Voltage is present 12 Volts , then you have confirmed that the fuel pump fuse and fuel pump relay are working perfectly. Remove one spark plug at a time so you will not lose track of where each one goes -make sure that when you remove the spark plug wire by the boot, not by the the wire 2. A 17mm socket attached to a long extension and ratchet turning the bolt holding the crank is the way to go. Just make sure you measure right, and try scratching the connecting side of the terminal if you get too much resistance.
You can purchase the sub-assembly, which you then swap out from the distributor. The main relay is good and working. And there was 12v, this was with the connector disconected. Once in a great while the check engine light would come on and then the next time I used the car it would be off. I observed the rotor with the cap off and it was spinning.
So if a basic 1995 Honda del Sol tune up requires spark plug changes for cars with 12,000 miles, you may be wasting a set of perfectly good spark plugs if your manufacturer indicates that your particular spark plugs should be changed at 60,000 miles. If there was 10-40 ohms then it continues on. Here's a brief description: Cranks But Does Not Start Condition: Means that your Honda's starter motor is cranking the engine but the engine is not starting. My brother is the real mechanic in the family, but he's on vacation. For a good tune up I would recommend changing the distributor cap, rotor, spark plug wires, and spark plugs. If the ignition system is the cause of the no start, you're not gonna' see spark at any of the 4 spark plug wires.
Thanks Start with the easy things looking at the fuses. I think the engine is flooded? Just go ahead and call the phone number at the top of the page and a friendly specialist will help you out. If you have spark, check for gas. Continue and do the rest of the spark plugs one at a time, so there is no chance of installing the spark plugs to the wrong wire. I am assuming the dark dot is number 1 and it goes clock wise in the 1342 matter, but when I look at the dist cap --how do I know where to start? Good Spark Go to 2.