take off distributor cap have someone turn engine over briefly, if rotor on top of distributor turns timing belt is ok if not it's broken.AnswerCould be a bunch of other stuff too...distributor caps on Hondas are a pain to remove so take the valve cover off instead. Then check for spark, fuel, make sure you've got gas...
This solution may be a little too obvious for some people, but consider removing the two 10 mm bolts that hold the plastic cover on top of the driver's side of the cylinder head, remove the cover, and look at the actual timing belt to see if it's broken.
Call your local parts store, or AutoZone and ask if they are able to test your ignition module if you bring it in.
ignition swithc could be broken, I suggest you have it looked at to be sure
an incomplete list: broken drive belt/chain; dead battery; broken starter; lack of fuel; lack of ignition (bad coil or disconnected wiring); broken fuel pump; broken oil pump; bad ignition switch/ignition switch failure to read key
check your ignition coil. that's what happen to me when the engine get hot the car stop.
A Ignition coil diagram for 1991 2.2 Honda accord
you have an engine/ignition problem. HAve a garage read the codes and diagnose the problem soon.
Check The ignition wires and coil. Make sure that you don't have a fouled plug. If these are ok then there could be an internal engine problem, check for proper compression.
If the Honda Accord runs but dies after it's initial start-up it can be several issues. The ignition switch can cause the issues as well as a bad vacuum leak. To find the problem an engine diagnostic is recommended.
The ignition fuse box in a 2006 Honda Accord Coupe is located on the right side of the engine compartment. It is seal inside a water tight box to prevent damage.
The problem could be many things. With the check engine light coming on, it could be an internal issue in the engine, or broken engine mounts causing the vibrations. The shaking could also be caused by a separate issue from the engine, including a loose tire, or an out of balance tire, or bad suspension.
Dead battery, loose battery connections, bad engine ground connections, bad starter connections, bad starter, broken ring gear, bad ignition switch
if the problem was not fixed the second time it is recommended that you take your car to an authorized Honda repair shop
Usually a problem in the emission control system - have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
Faulty: spark plug, spark plug wire, ignition coil, ignition module, fuel injector are the most common. Coolant leaking into a cylinder is another. Internal engine problems such as burnt valve, broken valve spring, bent push rod, worn rings
I would think not. The timimg belt correctly times the ignition to allow the engine to run. No spark would have to be a problem in the primary or secondary ignition system componets. However a broken timing belt would not allow the input of ignition componets due to lack of rotation.
If a wrench lights up on your dash it means there is a problem with the engine.
Only if the engine is not cranking. Otherwise the problem is engine related.
I have a 1990 Honda accord ex and my check engine light the car goes form a high rev to a low rev when I first turn on the car. Is this a vacume line problem or a voltage problem?
A 'spark ignition ' engine is your regular gasoline engine as opposed to a diesel, which is a 'compression ignition' engine
The most likely cause would be the stator assembly. By disconnecting the cannon plug for the key switch harness, at the engine, you can isolate the problem to the engine, or the ignition switch / harness assemblies. With the harness disconnected, spin the engine over with a starter button, connected to the solenoid. If the engine now has fire, the problem is in the ignition kill circuit, (ignition switch, emergency kill switch, or harness assembly). If a no fire condition still exists, the problem is in the ignition system, on the engine itself. The stator, and related ignition components can be tested with a volt / ohm meter.
The Check Engine Light comes on when the ECU detects a problem with the emissions system.
Computer has detected a problem with the emission's system.
Fix the problem then you can clear the code.
My mom has a 2000 Honda Accord Lx and had the same problem. It ended up being a faulty gas cap.