My problem is different from the rest of the 'car will not start' problems. I just purchased this 94 integra 1.8 LS and did a tune up on it- [plugs, wires, cap and touched up the rotor by smoothing out the fiber with a file] I intended to replace the rotor with a new one, but the access bolt was too tight and I couldnt get it to budge, instead of breaking it, I just smoothed the old rotor out. I got a quarter mile down the road when the revs dropped to 1500 and the gas was non-responsive and then it proceeded to die. After we got it back, we inspected it for gas in the cylinders, there was. We made sure the rotor was spinning and it was. The car cranks hard, but it just wont catch. Ive read the rest of the posts and have norrowed it down to a big list. It seems like the ICM, the coil or the distributor itself, as well as maybe being a sensor. Im smart enough not to go out and buy everything to make it work, Id like an opinion first. I did find out through my research that I had put two of the wires in the wrong spot on the D cap, but Ive since corrected it, but it still wont start. PLEASE let me know, Im dying to get my new car working again.
have the same problem?
Thursday, August 2nd, 2007 AT 9:43 PM