I have a 1994 Acura Integra RS with a DOHC 1.8 engine and an odometer reading of 97500 miles. The car cut out while running and I can not start it since.
The distributor is not sending current to the spark plugs. So, I replaced the worn out distributor cap, the rotor and checked the timing belt. I then checked sensors in the distributor metal housing (I believe these to be the crank, cam, and other sensors) and noticed that the wiring's insulation have rot and broken in peaces leaving the wires bare.
I would like to know how to test the sensors and the ignition coil in the distributor housing and how to remove the sensors.
I was thinking on covering the bare wires with brush-on electrical tape. If you have any other suggestion, I will greatly appreciate it. Thank you.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, October 2nd, 2007 AT 2:43 PM