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Old 12 Aug 2013, 09:32 pm
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Default i have 1989 honda accord lxi that is not getting fire we have tried the coil and the main relay?

i have 1989 honda accord lxi that is not getting fire we have tried the coil and the main relay?
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Old 12 Aug 2013, 09:46 pm
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From the ignition switch, the power goes to the relay, then ecu.















The ecu then also have input from the cam position sensor in the distributer, and also outputs to the coil. So is the coil betting output from the ecu?















Both the ecu and cam position sensor can be taken in and tested by many parts places.















In fact, I have seen where the timing belt was the problem, because the cam was no longer turning and the cam position sensor stops causing pulses then.
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