The distributor wiring order for a 1996 Honda Civic is 1-3-4-2. The distributor will be have the wires in the clockwise position starting a 1.
All of the spark plug wires go to the distributor. Just follow the wires and you will see the distributor.
To change the distributor rotor on a1998 Honda Civic unplug the spark plug wires from the cap. Loosen the screws and remove the cap on the unit. Be sure to properly line the new cap on the distributor and install.
The ignition coil on a 1998 Honda Civic LX is located under the distributor cap. The distributor is on the passenger side of the motor and has wires running from it to each spark plug. it is usually plastic.
It will have a black cap on it with 4 wires coming out and each wire going to a spark plug. Follow the wires from the spark plugs backward and you will find the distributor.
In the distributor. Remove cap and it is the large black(in most cases) box with four screws and two wires.
you really cant find it? the spark plug wires only come off of it! back of the cylinder head!
The 2002 Honda Civic EX engine uses coil-on-plug. There are no sparkplug wires.
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what are the wires to power up the ecu on a 1994 Honda civic si
It is located under your distributor cap, behind the rotor. There are two bolts on the side of the distributor that must be loosened, take off the three wires, and it will come right out.
follow all the spark plug wires
Tail light wires.
Inside the distributor at the bottom right hand side of it. Take the cap off and you will see it connected to 4 wires.
Unplug the wires going into the distributor cap, be sure you know which wire goes to which terminal or your car will not start if they are wrong. Remove the 3 bolts that hold the plastic cap to the metal distributor. Put the new cap back on, replace the bolts, and plug the wires into the appropriate terminal.
coil, distributor, distributor cap, plugs, or wires.
It is in the distributor housing. You will have remove the distributor cap held on by 3 phillips screws. You can take off the distributor wires but it probably is not necessary. If you do be sure to mark where they go before you reconnect them. You can remove the air filter cap to give you a little more room to work. Next you will have to remove the side screw that holds the distributor coil in. Disconnect all the wires to the coil then pull it out. The TDC sensor should be inside the distributor housing and will have some wires leading to a harness attached to it.
4,3,2,1 from front of car firing order 1,3,4,2 distributor rotation clockwise on 1.5,1.6,2.2 liter from front of car left side 6,5,4-right side 3,2,1 firing order1,4,2,5,3,6 counterclockwise 2.7liter
From you question I'm guessing you have a 1.5 Ltr. motor. The spark plug wires at the distributor(stand at the passenger fender and look straight at the distributor) are: bottom left - 1, top left - 3, top right - 4, bottom right - 2,. The spark plug wires on the motor (standing in front of the car) are: from left to right: 4,3,2,1.
There isn't a coil on Honda Civics later than 1992. The ignition is managed at the ECU and transmitted to the distributor, witch is found right on the engine cover, to the left of it.. yes that thing like an octopus with 4 wires.
1, 4, 3, 2. Courtesy of the Garage Guru Consultant
check and see if u have a hole in your muffler
The power mirror, on your Honda Civic, has three wires. There is a red hot wire, a black ground wire, and a white auxiliary wire.
There could be several things to cause no spark, but one I have ran into is the Ignition Control Module inside the distributor or the coil inside is bad. If your plug wires are good and your wiring to the distributor checks out, then it's either the coil or the ignition control module. Both are inside the distributor.
If I'm not mistaken, according the the service manual, the firing order is 1-3-4-2. clock wise 1-2-4-3