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CHECKED VOLTAGE TO THE DITRIBUTOR(GOOD) STILL WONT START

(1996 Acura Integra)
in Springfield, MA on April 23, 2009
I CHECK FOR VOLTAGE I GOT IT.......I NOTICE THAT THE CHECK ENGINE LIGHT STAYS ON......ISN'T IT SUPPOSE TO SHUT OFF THEN TUN BACK ON....ALSO I NOTICE THAT I DONT HEAR THE FUEL PUMP HUMMIN OR THE MAIN RELAY CLICKIN.... ANY IDEAS
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on April 23, 2009
It would save a lot of time to pull any codes from you computer. They can save a lot time, actually that is why they were created. You can check the fuel pump by cranking the engine and listening for it running. You may need someone to help you with this. However there are many reasons why a fuel pump will not work. How many miles are on your car? Does it have spark?
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