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Seiwa
1990 Honda Prelude Spark Plug Wire Set Seiwa

P311-04F1753    New

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$42.05
Seiwa Spark Plug Wire Set
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • The coil wire is not included in the OE wire set offered by the dealer, but must be ordered separately at additional cost. Our wire sets for this application include the coil wire. Please keep this in mind when comparing the pricing between the OE set and the ones that we offer. The Bosch 09 195 wire set utilizes dielectrically superior 1-piece spark plug connectors. These "click-to-fit" connectors may look different but are less troublesome than the 3-piece plug connectors used in other wire sets.
Brand: Seiwa
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1990 - Honda Prelude
Seiwa
1989 Honda CRX Spark Plug Wire Set Seiwa

P311-2D56575    New

Qty:
$43.64
Seiwa Spark Plug Wire Set
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • A coil wire is not required for this application. The Bosch 09 818 wire set utilizes dielectrically superior 1-piece spark plug connectors. These "click-to-fit" connectors may look different but are less troublesome than the 3-piece plug connectors used in other wire sets.
Brand: Seiwa
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1989 - Honda CRX
Seiwa
1996 Honda Civic Spark Plug Wire Set Seiwa

P311-47EE398    New

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$64.56
Seiwa Spark Plug Wire Set
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Coil wire not required for this application.
  • A coil wire is not required for this application.
Brand: Seiwa
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1996 - Honda Civic
Seiwa
1997 Honda Civic Spark Plug Wire Set Seiwa

P311-47EE398    New

Qty:
$64.56
Seiwa Spark Plug Wire Set
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Coil wire not required for this application.
Brand: Seiwa
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1997 - Honda Civic
Standard Wires
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$24.68
Standard Wires Spark Plug Wire Set
  • Pro Series
  • Spark Plug Wire Set - STD
Brand: Standard Wires
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2001 - Honda Accord L 2254 -
Standard Wires
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$22.48
Standard Wires Spark Plug Wire Set
  • Pro Series
  • Spark Plug Wire Set - STD
Brand: Standard Wires
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1995 - Honda Odyssey L 2156 -
Standard Wires
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$27.36
Standard Wires Spark Plug Wire Set
  • Pro Series
  • Spark Plug Wire Set - STD
Brand: Standard Wires
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1998 - Honda CR-V L 1972 -
Standard Wires
Qty:
$27.17
Standard Wires Spark Plug Wire Set
  • Pro Series
  • Spark Plug Wire Set - STD
Brand: Standard Wires
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2000 - Honda Civic L 1595 - Si
Beck Arnley
Qty:
$39.66
Beck Arnley Spark Plug Wire Set
  • PREMIUM DIAMETER MM 7mm WIRE COLOR Black CONDUCTOR TYPE Mag Core 500 ohm/ft JACKET MATERIAL Silicone
Brand: Beck Arnley
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1998 - Honda Accord L 2254 - F23A1
Beck Arnley
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Beck Arnley Spark Plug Wire Set
  • PREMIUM; Hitachi System DIAMETER MM 7mm WIRE COLOR Black CONDUCTOR TYPE Mag Core 500 ohm/ft JACKET MATERIAL Silicone
Brand: Beck Arnley
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1994 - Honda Accord L 2156 - EX
Beck Arnley
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$39.66
Beck Arnley Spark Plug Wire Set
  • PREMIUM; From Engine Serial #1302415 DIAMETER MM 7mm WIRE COLOR Black CONDUCTOR TYPE Mag Core 500 ohm/ft JACKET MATERIAL Silicone
Brand: Beck Arnley
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1996 - Honda Civic L 1590 - HX
Bosch
1997 Honda CR-V Spark Plug Wire Set 4 Cyl 2.0L Bosch

P311-382ED45    New

Qty:
$33.48
Bosch Spark Plug Wire Set
  • Red wires
  • Spark Plug Wire Set
  • Product Attributes:
    • Core Material: Mag
    • Insulation Color: Red
    • Insulation Material: Premium Silicone
    • Spark Plug End Boot Degree: 90
Brand: Bosch
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1997 - Honda CR-V L 1972 -
Standard Wires
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$36.23
Standard Wires Spark Plug Wire Set
  • To 11/95 Pro Series
  • Spark Plug Wire Set - STD
Brand: Standard Wires
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1996 - Honda Passport V 3165 -
Standard Wires
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$36.23
Standard Wires Spark Plug Wire Set
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  • Spark Plug Wire Set - STD
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1995 - Honda Passport V 3165 -
Standard Wires
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$27.44
Standard Wires Spark Plug Wire Set
  • Pro Series
  • Spark Plug Wire Set - STD
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1995 - Honda Accord V 2675 -
Standard Wires
1988 Honda Accord Spark Plug Wire Set Standard Wires

P311-3AF2A71    New

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$11.60
Standard Wires Spark Plug Wire Set
  • Pro Series
  • Spark Plug Wire Set - STD
Brand: Standard Wires
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1988 - Honda Accord
Standard Wires
Qty:
$21.62
Standard Wires Spark Plug Wire Set
  • Pro Series
  • Spark Plug Wire Set - STD
Brand: Standard Wires
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1992 - Honda Prelude L 2259 -
Beck Arnley
1997 Honda CR-V Spark Plug Wire Set 4 Cyl 2.0L Beck Arnley

P311-4A931CD    New

Qty:
$33.31
Beck Arnley Spark Plug Wire Set
  • PREMIUM DIAMETER MM 7mm WIRE COLOR Black CONDUCTOR TYPE Mag Core 500 ohm/ft JACKET MATERIAL Silicone
Brand: Beck Arnley
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1997 - Honda CR-V L 1972 - B20B4 LX
Standard Wires
Qty:
$23.12
Standard Wires Spark Plug Wire Set
  • Pro Series
  • Spark Plug Wire Set - STD
Brand: Standard Wires
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Vehicle Block CC CID
1991 - Honda Prelude L 2056 -
Beck Arnley
Qty:
$31.27
Beck Arnley Spark Plug Wire Set
  • PREMIUM DIAMETER MM 7mm WIRE COLOR Black CONDUCTOR TYPE Mag Core 500 ohm/ft JACKET MATERIAL Silicone
Brand: Beck Arnley
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1992 - Honda Civic L 1493 - D15B7

Latest Honda Repair and Spark Plug Wires Installation Advice

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2000 Accord V6 CEL - Catalyst or Spark Plugs/Wires?

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Question From tktran215 on 2000 Accord V6 CEL - Catalyst or Spark Plugs/Wires?

I drive a 2000 Accord V6 AT with about 108k miles. My check engine light turned on. I took my car to Honda and they told me I needed a new catalytic converter. They never explained why or what code they pulled. I then decided to take my car to Autozone and they told me that it was definitely NOT the converter but it was the spark plug wires. The autozone printout reads "Catalyst effeciency low-bank 1" and that it's either due to "Catalytic converter defective, engine misfire, large vacuum leak, or Engine oil leakage into exhaust-valve guide seals, piston rings". Does anyone have any information on this subject? I just want to know exactly what's defective so I don't have to spend money fixing the wrong thing. TIA

Response From Indytech Top Rated Answer

Take it back to you Honda Dealer they are right (Catalyst efficiency low-bank 1) this means your cat
is blocking and robbing you of power and fuel efficacy
But i would like to know what code #/#s you had .
Indy

no spark at # 1 spark plug

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Question From mike wright on no spark at # 1 spark plug

98 Honda civic ex: replaced crank sensor, timing belt, water pump,spark plugs, wires and new distributer still no spark. thinking now it may be the computer.

Response From Hammer Time

Was the new distributor complete with a coil and Ignition module?

Response From kev2

BEFORE replacing the computer - have a professional technician look at the vehicle, access the PCM for DTC's or at the least the basic troubleshooting for no spark should be performed.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Rare but can you put the dead wire to another cylinder that works and see if the problem follows that wire? Get codes just because you should.


Some spark testers could be put on the distributor end and see if grounding the end towards plug gets a spark. Not quite sure why it would pick on just one guessing you have checked that others work?


T

Problems starting Honda

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Question From rthomas on Problems starting Honda

I have a 1996 Honda Civic EX. I am having problems with starting it. It does not appear that there is any fire getting to the spark plugs. I have been told that it is the ignition coil. I have replaced the spark plug wires, the roto and distributor cap. The car has approximately 189,000 miles. Any suggestions as to probably causes.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Don't guess at lack of spark - watch it happen. Try starting fluid in throttle body as a test for lack of fuel. Perhaps it has neither and we can go on from what you find,

T

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 Top Rated Answer

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

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 electrical problems

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Question From magfaser on Honda electrical problems

Due to a rash of Honda thefts in my city I advised my wife to unplug a spark plug wire when she parked at night. After realizing that it could still run on 3 cylinders I then unplugged the thing with the blue and black/yellow wires (top left in the photo). It ran the next day and then my wife unplugged two spark plug wires and the next day put them back and it hasn't run since then. Using a simple circuit tester with a wire and light bulb I confirmed that there is current coming into the coil at the two screws at the bottom (bottom right in photo) but no current coming from the spring at the top of coil. I'm sure the wires have been put in the same position, I sanded the points and rotor, I took the ignition coil and control module to be tested and they both are fine, all the fuses that I can find are fine. Any suggestions? Please help.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

There is no picture in your post.

What is the year, model, and engine size of your Honda?