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Car will not start, have replaced coil, wires, plugs, sensor.why does it act lik
1999 Honda Prelude

Car will not start, have replaced coil, wires, plugs, sensor.why does it act lik

(1999 Honda Prelude)
car ran good, then started missing, jerking, no power, will not start no! have replaced exhaust sensor, new plugs, coil, wires
2 answers & 6 comments
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on June 29, 2014
Got spark?
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on June 29, 2014
yes it has spark!
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on June 29, 2014
Got spark?
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on June 29, 2014
yes it has spark!
on June 29, 2014
Got fuel? (injector pulse AND proper pressure) , then , timing.
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on June 30, 2014
do you mean the timing is off? would it turn over anyway? recently had a new timing belt put on? thanks John
on June 30, 2014
If the timing belt jumped , then you could still have spark , but your valve timing and ignition timing would be off. When your cranking it over , does it spin faster than it usually did before? Or an irregular rythm?
on July 01, 2014
I'm quiet sure it's not timing! When it last ran, it qould run fine, but after a few miles, would start to jerk, then run good for a few miles, then start to jerk again! Do you think it could be fuel pump, now when it won't start at all? thanks john
on July 01, 2014
Start by checking all the ground harness on the engine , remove , clean & re-install tightly. Have found a few in the past , that would cause those symptoms , after warmed up.
on July 08, 2014
how do you tell if you are getting fuel? thanks

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