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Old 21 Nov 2004, 04:34 am
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hi

i have a 1995 honda civic coupe 1.5 n it doesnt start

1) All electrical components work (radio, lights, dashboard, ai
conditioning, steroe etc...)
2) the car is tuirnin as u can hear the clicks
3) fuel pump has been ckd, coil and module in distributor is fine
battery is fine,
4) timing belt has been changed
5) if the car has been left ova night then it will start and u can us
the car 4 about an hour b4 it will cut off, then u will have to wait
few hours 4 it 2 cool down b4 it will start again.

if ne1 knows what the problem could be then please tell me?

would most appriciate i

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Old 21 Nov 2004, 05:00 am
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saj wrote:
> hi
>
> i have a 1995 honda civic coupe 1.5 n it doesnt start
>
> 1) All electrical components work (radio, lights, dashboard, air
> conditioning, steroe etc...)
> 2) the car is tuirnin as u can hear the clicks
> 3) fuel pump has been ckd, coil and module in distributor is fine,
> battery is fine,
> 4) timing belt has been changed
> 5) if the car has been left ova night then it will start and u can use
> the car 4 about an hour b4 it will cut off, then u will have to wait a
> few hours 4 it 2 cool down b4 it will start again.
>
> if ne1 knows what the problem could be then please tell me?
>
> would most appriciate it
>
>
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I would check the fuel pump relay, next time the car wont turn on check
for 6V at the fuel pump when the car is turned to ON but not started,
you should hear the click of the relay turn on aswell. relays often fail
over a period and are intermitent and gradually get worse. another check
is to short the fuel pump to the battery then try start the car, if it
starts that will confirm the relay is dying.
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Old 21 Nov 2004, 09:08 am
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Check your oil. Seriously.. Some Hondas have a low oil sensor which
will cause exactly the problem you're having.

In article <saj.1g2gwy@realcaraudio.com> saj <saj.1g2gwy@realcaraudio.com>
writes:

>
>hi
>
>i have a 1995 honda civic coupe 1.5 n it doesnt start
>
>1) All electrical components work (radio, lights, dashboard, air
>conditioning, steroe etc...)
>2) the car is tuirnin as u can hear the clicks
>3) fuel pump has been ckd, coil and module in distributor is fine,
>battery is fine,
>4) timing belt has been changed
>5) if the car has been left ova night then it will start and u can use
>the car 4 about an hour b4 it will cut off, then u will have to wait a
>few hours 4 it 2 cool down b4 it will start again.
>
>if ne1 knows what the problem could be then please tell me?
>
>would most appriciate it


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Old 21 Nov 2004, 02:56 pm
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saj wrote:
> hi
>
> i have a 1995 honda civic coupe 1.5 n it doesnt start
>
> 1) All electrical components work (radio, lights, dashboard, air
> conditioning, steroe etc...)
> 2) the car is tuirnin as u can hear the clicks
> 3) fuel pump has been ckd, coil and module in distributor is fine,
> battery is fine,
> 4) timing belt has been changed
> 5) if the car has been left ova night then it will start and u can use
> the car 4 about an hour b4 it will cut off, then u will have to wait a
> few hours 4 it 2 cool down b4 it will start again.
>
> if ne1 knows what the problem could be then please tell me?
>
> would most appriciate it
>

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To prevent wasting time on finding a cure:

Turn off all accessories. Turn key to position II. Listen to fuel pump
in rear of car run for about two seconds. If you don't hear it run,
you'll probably have to change or resolder the Main Relay.

As a test, (with key still in position II) smack the dash on the left
side of steering wheel, and listen for the fuel pump to run for a couple
seconds. If the pump runs, the car will now start (until next time),
CONFIRMING that you need to resolder or replace the Main Relay.

Search this group for Main Relay to find links to several good 'fix your
relay' pages.

'Curly'

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