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Old 31 Aug 2009, 05:43 am
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Default Immobiliser bypass??

Am having problems starting my 93 Civic Si - I replaced the coil, ICM, Cap, Rotor and wires, resoldered the main relay so now the pump functions as it should - if/when the car starts it runs great so no it isn't the timing belt. First time I got it to start, I flipped the toggle switch on the immobiliser and it started right away - yesterday after messing with the fuses and once again the immobiliser switch, started no problem (even after a few more tries, every time started) get in this morning and no spark again.......HELP!!!!!!
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