Well, I will await any responses. Replace the filter using new washers. I believe I could smell some fuel on them. Could the timing belt have jumped and thus now be off? You can also do the long screwdriver test hold the bit of the screwdriver against each injector in turn and listen with your ear against the other end to see if each is clicking regularly. By - March 6, 2015 This article applies to the Honda Accord 1990-2002.
Install the upper and lower fuel lines. I checked everything and i had no spark. How are you sure it is not the timing belt? The distributor cap is only about a year and a half old, along with the rotor. We tested the plugs and they all sparked. The fuel system in your Honda Accord and Civic.
So why not take the unique route, and install a supercharger? When I took out the spark plugs and someone cranked the engine, air did blow out of the spark plug holes. If so, why did it not do it the first times? He could not tell if the aux. Don't worry, once you get to the site, they'll make sure it fits by asking you the specifics of your vehicle. Is he right in saying this? Then add some power to your Honda Accord! I change this bolt to a longer one when I change them as it is easyer to start the threads. Replacing these things did not help.
This would be more than what the car is worth. The fuel pump can be bought in any auto parts store, but I think you'll find the better price online. Remember the pump needs to be replaced, if you drive it, you don't know when it'll fail for good. A professional can do this job pretty quickly, but at a price. But now I am getting starting problems again.
Is it my spark plugs? The fuel system in your Honda Accord and Civic. When it concerns selecting the right manufacturer for your intake system's fuel filter, trust Fram. I was in 2nd gear, but my speedomter said I was going about 40 mph. I am going to go try to check the fuel injectors. It just died one day and never would crank back up.
If it is inside the tank the fuel pump , then you will see the tank is held on by straps. Could it be the igniter unit in the distributor even though we are getting spark? He advised me to go and get some 44K and put it in the gas tank. All of the marks line up where they should. Thanks, 1991 honda civic Hey, If you guys know where I can get that stuff for cheap, that would be great. Then, the other day, one light went on and then off. Could it be the distributor cap and rotor again, even though we just replaced them a year and a half ago? What we did was we checked the fuel pressure at the fuel filter, where the line comes out of the filter. Civickiller, I am not sure how strong the spark was.
I'm glad your car is starting. Step 7 — Re-check the fuel lines and bolts Double check that your fuel lines and bolts are properly secure. If so, why did it not do it the first times? It was a fairly simple problem. So, in this test section, we'll use a fuel pressure test gauge to check the fuel pump's output pressure. Is there something with the ignition coil inside the distibutor or the distributor itself? Replacing rotors and pad with Brembo blanks and metal master pads would only cost a couple hundred, maybe less.
But I have some new information anyway. So, I will just deal with some of those problems as they come up. Turn the banjo bolt and the threaded fitting as far as you can with your hand. Even with the system depressurized, it is common to spill a little gasoline. R econnect the lower fuel line, and secure it with the the 14 mm bolt to a snug fit as well. 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. At worst, it may lead to a destroyed fuel pump and fuel system.
The distributor cap is only about a year and a half old, along with the rotor. If your getting a code, it would be soooo much more helpful then us guessing for what to check next. Start the car, and let it run until it dies on its own. Perhaps he is mistaken when he says that. When the light turned green, I started to accelerate, but the car stalled.
I've diagnosed numerous fuel pumps this way. It really isn't that hard. Step 5 — Replace the fuel filter and reattach the clamp Unclip the alignment hole holding the top of the fuel filter in place, and then remove the fuel filter from the clamp. I am also getting compression. I ran out of ideas and tools to troubleshoot the car. If the car won't stay running I'd say the dizzy is shot.