It is inside the distributor.
Its inside the distributor.
ignition coil! mine did the same
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.
follow spark plug wires back to other end & that is your coil
The 2002 Honda Civic EX engine uses coil-on-plug. There are no sparkplug wires.
The ignition coil is inside the ignition distributor.
It's inside the distributor.....On the flat side....
Inside the distributor just under the distributor cap.
The coil and distributor are one unit, there for, no coil wire. Yes it is a sealed unit and has to be replaced as one.
Inside the distributor cap. 3 screwes hold it down. Remove them, pull off the dizzy cap and you will see the coil.
a little 8 mill screw on bottom of rotor into dist shaft
Check Gas pump and relays
if's it's a 1.5 or 1.6 ltr. it's in side the distributer cap.
No ignition-fire en coil
The coil is located in the distributor internally. If you take the distributor cap off and unscrew the rotor it should become visible. You may have to move a dust cover, but it is in there.
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.
under the distributor cap
The ignition coil is inside the distributor....
You should try to to replace you distributor cap and rotor, because over time it tends to wear off. Plus you should check the ignition coil. this should do the trick.
Ignition what? Switch? Coil?
Moisture related problems occur in the ignition system. The distributor as well as the internal iginition coil need to be tested.
Replace the ignition coil(s).
Replace it only if it becomes defective.