1995 Honda Civic Repair Question
Honda Civic Distributor Problem
is the distributor turning??? i suspect a possible timing belt
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Also just to clear things up further, before i installed all the new tune up parts, it did start just fine but after ideling within a minute, car just failed and never started back up.
As for the distributor, i suspected that but the rotor turns because i had to crank it to and position it to remove the rotor on this car because they are screwed down.
Could it possibly be the MAP sensor? Since i doubt it was the crank position sensor (when replaced with new distributor). I don't think there is nothing left, other than the ECU itself.
We'll took to the shop and they stated no power coming from the Distributor. What was cool was this shop allowed me to change the distributor at their shop since i could not afford the amount they would charge. After replacing with another rebuilt distributor, fired right up. Sounds like the rebuilt distributor from autozone was a dud. Shop will do a complete check up just to make sure everything is in line. I guess the lesson from this story is that sometimes a newly rebuilt item may not always be a good functioning part. even a new or rebuilt item wil always get through with a defect. test test test.