92 honda accord ex not getting spark or power to fuel pump

Asked by Sep 29, 2015 at 09:38 AM about the 1992 Honda Accord EX Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Has new main relay. I had to put a head
gasket on it and I drove it into the garage
and now cranks over but not getting fire or
power to fuel pump any ideas THANKS

9 Answers

44,405

Check all of your wire connections. You may have missed one. I did the same thing on my '89 Toyota. Changed the head gasket and it wouldn't start. I missed one connection under the hood.

Where do u think it Gould be because I have checked like 5 times

44,405

Well in my case, it was a wire between the fire wall and the very back of the engine. If not a missed connection, have you checked your fuses? It's something electrical for sure. Is that main relay clicking when you turn the key?

The fuses are good and the relay don't make any noise when I turn it over it turns I've just fine but won't start and no power at fuel pump

44,405

Unplug that relay and put a volt meter in the holes and see if you have power when you hit the key. The relay should be clicking when you turn the key.

So if it's not I bought a bad relay

44,405

Either that or you need to bend the metal legs out so it gets a better connection. Did you test for 12 volts at the plug holes yet?

No I have been at work but I'm off tomorrow and I'm gonna check all that tomorrow thanks for the help it means a lot

44,405

No problem. Keep us posted on what you find....

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