1999 Honda Civic 4 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic 147K miles
My daughter's 99 Honda Civic has a radiator that leaks from the top at the radiator cap connection. I have replaced two radiator caps. It has over heated several times, but not to the point of engine damage. I hope. I have odered a new radiator and replaced the thermostat. In the mean time my daughter was driving a short distance and the car hesitated and decreased power as the acclerator was depressed. After giving it gas a few minutes later it ran ok again. She then parked the car and turned it off. It was not over heating at that time. However, when she turned the car back on and tried to start it, It just turned over with no results. After doing a little research, I decided to replace the rotor button, cap, ignition coil. And ignition control module. It still just turns over but will not start. Is there a fuse that might be blown. I pulled the spark plug wire out of the valve cover off the spark plug and cranked the engine. As it turned over, and looking at the connector on the spark plug wire, I saw no spark.
Any ideas before I take it to a repair shop?
have the same problem?
Thursday, August 20th, 2009 AT 7:42 PM