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1990 - Acura Integra
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1998 Acura CL Spark Plug Wire Set 4 Cyl 2.3L Beck Arnley

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  • PREMIUM DIAMETER MM 7mm WIRE COLOR Black CONDUCTOR TYPE Mag Core 500 ohm/ft JACKET MATERIAL Silicone
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1990 Acura Integra Spark Plug Wire Set 4 Cyl 1.8L Bosch

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1995 Acura TL Spark Plug Wire Set 5 Cyl 2.5L Beck Arnley

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1988 - Acura Integra L 1590 -
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Beck Arnley Spark Plug Wire Set
  • PREMIUM DIAMETER MM 7mm WIRE COLOR Black CONDUCTOR TYPE Mag Core 500 ohm/ft JACKET MATERIAL Silicone
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1987 - Acura Legend V 2675 -
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Standard Wires Spark Plug Wire Set
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1998 - Acura Integra L 1797 - Type R

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Tracking down a "no spark" issue

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Question From Boy9988 on Tracking down a "no spark" issue

I have a '93 Honda civic.

What would happen if one was to unplug and replug a spark plug wire out of and back into the distribute cap? That would then result in the engine not starting with no spark.

The ICM, Coil, Spark Plugs, Spark Plug Wires, Distributor Cap, and Rotor have all been replaced.

I can confirm the power is getting to the coil, the rotor is turning, the fuel is getting to the chamber (meaning not Main Relay, fuel filter, or fuel pump), and the ECU is working.

All checks on the distributor, check out. A different distributor was tried and still the same problem.

Any new ideas would be helpful. Thanks

Response From steve01832

Have you checked injector pulse with a noid light?

Steve

Response From Boy9988

I'm not really sure how that relates to no spark, but yes. With the plug out, you can visible see the fuel ejecting from the engine.

Response From steve01832

Here's how it relates. If a car has a no start problem. If it has fuel pressure, fuel injector pulse, and no spark, you track down an ignition problem.
If the car has fuel pressure, no injector pulse, and no spark, you go after a no tach signal problem. If the PCM can't see an RPM when you crank the engine over it doesn't know we are trying to start the engine. Therefore the PCM will not fire the injectors. So now we would start to look at a crank sensor problem, or in the older days, a distributor pick up problem. That's why we always need to know what the engine has and what it doesn't have when we crank it over. These tell us what diagnostic road to go down.

Steve

Response From Boy9988

Well what happened first is we had a low spark problem (which we think we fixed after the fact with the spark plug wires). But the car stared for us. When we went to set the engine timings, the car would begin to spudder when we pulled the trigger. So we pulled the the connector off the spark plug cable and just plugged it back in. Then the car died and has never sparked since. We have been working on this for two weeks and from what we can tell, its deffinatly something outside of the distributer and probably electrical (or some damned sensor). We are Mechanical Engineers, so the engine stuff is fine for us, but we aint no damn electrician. We have done all the "usual" things people have mentioned to us, so we are now looking for some outside the box, more "unusual" types of issues that would cause this.

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

This sounds very similar to an Acura I had a few weeks back that had a bad coil that took out the ECU.

ECU failures on Hondas are rare but it does happen.

I don't have all the info handy but here are a couple of quick checks you can run to see if you are getting an ign signal & the dist is capable of producing spark.

On the 8 pin connecter to the dist there should be 7 wires, 6 are paired & one is by itself. It should be green/yellow, this is the signal input to the ICM. If you have a scope, back prob the wire & while cranking you should have a square wave pattern (basically it's just on & off). That would tell you the ECU is trying to control the ign. You could probably use a dvom and look for a fluctuating reading but that's not real accurate for this kind of test. The other wires are inputs for the ECU. The crank, cam & tdc sensor. Each has 2 wires and produces an a/c sine waves the ECU processes to determine proper spark timing....

With that 8 pin connector disconnect but all other connectors hooked up. Take the cap off the dist & hook a spark tester between the coil output terminal & ground. With the key on, get a test light & hook it to ground and with the probe, quickly tap the terminal of the green/yellow wire of the 8 pin connector going to the dist. This should create a spark and would let you know that the coil & ICM are good & capable of creating a good spark. It's called a "tap test" and will help you rule out or confirm a bad part........

All this is going off the top of my head, for exact specs & amplitudes I would have to get it from my data base at work.......

Honda CRV

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Question From baybelle on Honda CRV

99 Honda CRV 178,00
I am the original owner of the Honda and have taken excellent car of the vehicle. No problems and always done routine maintenance.
I live in a rural, flat area so the car isn't driven in the city or up mountains, etc. A few months ago, it started idling rough and stalling when first started. My local mechanic replaced distributor cap and wires and said I may need a new distributor. That repair lasted about 6 weeks and symptoms returned on a Thursday, when check engine light came on. I drove the car very gently and dropped the car off on a Sunday night for an early Monday repair. My mechanic installed a new distributor and told me that he thinks I may have burned a cylinder. He gave me engine cleaner as a possible help to the problem. I wanted a second opinion as I couldn't believe that a well maintained Honda would only get 178,000 from engine. I took the car to a Honda dealership (about an hour away) and they did a diagnostic that showed low compression on 4th cylinder and a small leak in radiator. My local mechanic has basically given the car a death sentence.
Here is my situation. I recently got an Acura TSX (which I love) which will take over as my primary car. I have two large dogs that are total slobs and I was hoping to use the CRV as the dog car. This means I would drive the car once or twice a month in a 15mile radius to take the dogs to kennels, appts., etc. My son in law suggested that I have the spark plug wire to the 4th cylinder unhooked and just run on 3 cylinders and to put a commercial product in the radiator. What can I do to prolong the life of my CRV and get some more time from it in a gentle retirement? Currently it still runs ( I don't go over 45 and drive very gently) and I haven't noticed any radiator related issues. Temp gauge stays in middle.
Looking forward to replies. Thanks,

Response From Hammer Time

Nothing short of a new motor is going to make that engine whole again. If you disconnect the spark plug, then your just going to dump raw fuel into the catalytic converter and plug that up.
There aren't any additives that will give it compression again. If you start adding stuf to the radiator, your going to plug that up too. I would think the car would be worth putting a used engine into.

Response From baybelle

Thanks, not exactly what I wanted to hear but what I had expected. What would be a fair price for a new engine (installed)?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

That really depends how rare the engine is and the mileage on the one your buying. I would expect about $1000 for a decent one if the shop doesn't mark it up.