The distributor itself is firmly attached not loose or anything. You can probably snag a master cylinder from a junkyard or from someone on here for cheap. 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. The distributor itself is firmly attached not loose or anything. Except as expressly authorized by automobile-catalog. I was in 2nd gear, but my speedomter said I was going about 40 mph. The timing belt is fine and lined up correctly-the timing is not off.
I was trying to replace the ignition coil. I am going to go try to check the fuel injectors. I barely got up the hill. Whatever the situation or the circumstance, these Civics all need a functioning fuel tank. I probably shouldn't have done it, but I needed to get home.
Well goodluck, also, why drain the gas and replace the tank. There are two sensors, one before, and one after the catalytic converter. Quick access to automobile-catalog website - type in a browser: a-c. We know at least one fuel injector is working. They both appear to be in good shape and attached well. To view table with complete performance data and technical specifications including final drive and gear ratios, powertrain description, dimensions, accelerations chart etc. Good hinge and inner label.
This relay is a common problem, which if bad, will produce symptoms that mimic a bad fuel pump. Does this mean there is a problem? The dpfi is like an electronic carburetor where the main fuel injector sprays most of the fuel and the aux. I am also getting compression. However, the 2nd and subsequent attempts, the car seemed to not want to start at all. It sputtered and then finally died. Music - Help Support my channel, purchase decals here - Send me stuff here! We replaced the spark plugs, spark plug wires, and ignition coil 3rd party brand.
It cranks, but will not fire up. We opened up the air intake chamber and my neighbor tried spraying some kind of starter fluid in there. It reads on the cover 7003 3 6822 Hope this helps. I may ask some more questions on this forum as to how to fix some of this stuff. Nobody responded yet to my last post. So, does that mean that the fuel injectors are working correctly. The Civic's popularity extends through many age groups and social classes.
Do you think that is what caused the problem? So these guys are right on point. That's if you still have fuel in the tank. Again, any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Garage Built Hondas. However, the plugs were not really liquidy or gassy. The distributor cap and rotor were replaced a year and a half ago.
Of course, the mechanic had a list of about 50 other things that are wrong with my car: warped rotors, leaking water pump, damaged muffler, distributor having internal oil leak, the master cylinder leaking, etc. Then, I cranked the engine while someone else looked at the injectors. They are available for the following Honda Civic years: 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1991, 1990, 1989, 1988, 1987, 1986, 1985, 1984, 1983, 1982, 1981, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95, 91, 90, 89, 88, 87, 86, 85, 84, 83, 82, 81. The distributor cap is only about a year and a half old, along with the rotor. Exactly as pictured, Honda oem used part, this is the door for gas tank.
Hey Scott, Thanks for your response. If your getting a code, it would be soooo much more helpful then us guessing for what to check next. It built up to the point of where it acted like a sponge and soaked up the gas, so the gas was not getting where it needed to. In pretty good shape for the age. Go to this page and go to number 11-100.