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Old 27 Mar 2008, 06:38 pm
Bjorn Sunde
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Default 92 Honda Accord - No start - HELP

I have a 92 Honda Accord that I drove home and parked in the driveway. It
sat for a few days before I went to start it again. When I tried to start
it - it almost started and died. After that there is no start at all.
Any ideas what that could be? Hoping that it is going to warm up enough this
weekend to get at it.



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Old 27 Mar 2008, 06:50 pm
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Default Re: 92 Honda Accord - No start - HELP

Bjorn Sunde wrote:
> I have a 92 Honda Accord that I drove home and parked in the driveway. It
> sat for a few days before I went to start it again. When I tried to start
> it - it almost started and died. After that there is no start at all.
> Any ideas what that could be? Hoping that it is going to warm up enough this
> weekend to get at it.
>
>
>

Hmmm
You mean no cranking? I'd make sure the timing belt is not broke B4
anything else.
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Old 27 Mar 2008, 10:29 pm
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Default Re: 92 Honda Accord - No start - HELP

Timing belt is OK

"Tony Hwang" <dragon40@shaw.ca> wrote in message
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> Bjorn Sunde wrote:
>> I have a 92 Honda Accord that I drove home and parked in the driveway. It
>> sat for a few days before I went to start it again. When I tried to start
>> it - it almost started and died. After that there is no start at all.
>> Any ideas what that could be? Hoping that it is going to warm up enough
>> this weekend to get at it.
>>
>>
>>

> Hmmm
> You mean no cranking? I'd make sure the timing belt is not broke B4
> anything else.



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Old 27 Mar 2008, 10:45 pm
Bjorn Sunde
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Default Re: 92 Honda Accord - No start - HELP

I should say that it cranks real good and engine turns over, but no start


"Bjorn Sunde" <bjornsunde@eastlink.ca> wrote in message
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> Timing belt is OK
>
> "Tony Hwang" <dragon40@shaw.ca> wrote in message
> news:bpWGj.128732$pM4.91779@pd7urf1no...
>> Bjorn Sunde wrote:
>>> I have a 92 Honda Accord that I drove home and parked in the driveway.
>>> It sat for a few days before I went to start it again. When I tried to
>>> start it - it almost started and died. After that there is no start at
>>> all.
>>> Any ideas what that could be? Hoping that it is going to warm up enough
>>> this weekend to get at it.
>>>
>>>
>>>

>> Hmmm
>> You mean no cranking? I'd make sure the timing belt is not broke B4
>> anything else.

>
>



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Old 27 Mar 2008, 11:42 pm
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Default Re: 92 Honda Accord - No start - HELP

Bjorn Sunde wrote:
> I should say that it cranks real good and engine turns over, but no start
>


====================

Then it's just flooded. You've got one dribbling injector that allowed a
couple ounces of fuel to leak into the engine while it sat. The owner's
manual says "hold the pedal to the floor and crank it for 15 seconds
at a time" The long-term solution is a can of injector cleaner seasonally.

When it starts you'll see puffs of black smoke and much chugging.

Google 'honda flooded' for much confirmation. Read your manual too.

'Curly'
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Old 29 Mar 2008, 06:31 am
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Default Re: 92 Honda Accord - No start - HELP

Bjorn Sunde wrote:
> I should say that it cranks real good and engine turns over, but no
> start


Check to see if you actually get a spark. If not, it could be your ignition
coil, or if this model year doesn't use electronic ignition, check the
points under the distributor cap.

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>
> "Bjorn Sunde" <bjornsunde@eastlink.ca> wrote in message
> news:1CZGj.831$9X3.564@edtnps82...
>> Timing belt is OK
>>
>> "Tony Hwang" <dragon40@shaw.ca> wrote in message
>> news:bpWGj.128732$pM4.91779@pd7urf1no...
>>> Bjorn Sunde wrote:
>>>> I have a 92 Honda Accord that I drove home and parked in the
>>>> driveway. It sat for a few days before I went to start it again.
>>>> When I tried to start it - it almost started and died. After that
>>>> there is no start at all.
>>>> Any ideas what that could be? Hoping that it is going to warm up
>>>> enough this weekend to get at it.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>> Hmmm
>>> You mean no cranking? I'd make sure the timing belt is not broke B4
>>> anything else.



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