98 civic sedan DX cranks but won't start

Asked by Sep 10, 2016 at 11:10 PM about the 1998 Honda Civic DX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car just died one day as I was driving.  Car
cranks but won't start.  Fuel pump is good,
the injectors are getting good power.  
changed out the dizzy, ignition coil, rotor
cap & rotor, get spark all the way to the
plugs.  Timing belt looks fairly new.  Not
sure what else to check.  Please help

2 Answers

Also ran obd and no codes show!

30

Go to the manual repair book. Do you made a real fuel pump press with the right tool ? Also check the electric wire connect to the fuel injectors....with the Voltmeter tool accord with the manual repair book measures. Also do you replace fuel filter pump or any fuel filter connect in the fuel line ? check the fuse box too...good luck.

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