hi it is injection
> > hello all can anyone help me i have just brourht a honda
> accord g reg
> > and it dont run when i turn the key i can not hear the fuel
> > working can anyone tell me why and what it could be is there
> a fuel
> > cut off switch any where or a moberlizer thank you
> > 1989 Honda Accord
> Do you have fuel injection or a carb?
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When you first turn the key to "II", do you hear any clicks from under
Do you have a yellow "check Engine" light on the dash?
It's most likely your Main Relay.
I had a similar problem with my Del Sol a couple of months ago. It was the
distributor. When I turned the key, it made no sound at all. It didn't even
try to turn over. No beeps or clicks or anything...Runs great now.
Don't know if this helps, but I thought I'd share...
Stacek the Wise wrote:
> I had a similar problem with my Del Sol a couple of months ago. It
Ummmm, the symptoms you're describing don't match a distributor problem
at all. You're not telling us the whole story. Your problem will return
if you only replaced the distributor.
Actually, to be honest, the car has a rather strange issue. Sometimes if we
go over rough RR tracks or potholes, the problem recurs. But if it gets a
jump it's fine for weeks. Last week our neighbor plowed into the front
passenger corner, knocking out the lamp. The next morning it went dead
again. Jumped it and "presto!" it's fine again.
I figure it is a ground wire issue, but I have been unable to locate it...
Good point. Thanks for making me re-consider the problem.
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