93 Honda Accord 10th anniversary edition

Asked by Aug 23, 2016 at 09:13 PM about the 1993 Honda Accord 10th Anniversary Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

OK here is my question my 93 I have run down all I
can think of fuel rely pump fixed,works ,but then no
spark changed the coil still nothing checking the
immobilizer rest the ecu still nothing Turns over
good starter sounds fine I'm running out of ideas
please help

3 Answers

Someone please explain help


OK, if you checked everything (fuel pump, pump relays, fuel flow & checked plugs for spark usung a spark plug spark checker) but still no spark, you obviously are loosing power from the power surpply to the plugs somewhere along the line. So start with basics using a 12v power test light & probe, start at the batt pos terminal, then into the under hood fuse panel. Check for burnt out of missing or doisconnected fusible links and fuses. Be sure to check every single fuse in the car because many cars have fuses that are split to power more than 1 system, and they do NOT always mark the fuses as such. For example you could have a bad fuse marked cig lighter but it could be a split circuit that also powers your radio. Also trace any wires from the power supply to the ignition system and any connectors. It could be a loose or unclipped connector not fully seated.


Check igniter in the distributor and have you checked pgmfi relay. It is located on driver side kick. Panel. Under dash. The pgmfi relay turns everything on. If you haven't changed it. Change it.

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