my car died why i was driving it didnt make any sound and still had full power. now it turns over but wont start it all most sounds like its back firing. i have spark i have gas and the timing is only

Asked by Jan 04, 2013 at 03:39 PM about the 1995 Honda Civic DX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my car died why i was driving it didnt make any sound and still had full power. now it turns over but wont start it all
most sounds like its back firing. i have spark i have gas and the timing is only off by a little but am fixing it soon. but
i dont think the timing is off enough for it to make the car not start. any ideas could it be something stupid like MAF
sensor? im not getting why its not starting. everything looks fine and i have never had any trouble with the car in the
past.

3 Answers

1,000

When was the last time you checked the timing belt? Most likely out of time now.

last night and the time is off but not much

5

check your 02 censor

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