your distrubator is numbered and your plugs if you start at the front of your engine toward the radiator the plugs are 2,4,6 and on the fire wall side the plugs are 1,3,5
They are in the heads where the exhaust manifolds are bolted to the heads. The plugs have rubber wires hooked to the ends of them.
You may have the wires hooked up incorrectly. Click the link to see detailed photo of the correct connections.
Pull the spark plug wires off the spark plugs. Remove the spark plugs with a spark plug socket. Install the new spark plugs and put the spark plug wires back on. I recomend replacing the spark plug wires as well. If replacing them, just remember that the new wires are hooked up the same ways that the old ones came off.
The distributor distributes the spark to the spark plugs at the correct time and order.
AC are the OEM spark plugs and they are excellent plugs. I would recommend you buy AC/Delco Iridium Spark Plugs. They are as good or better than any others you can buy. NGK are also great plugs and I have been told they make the AC plug but I cannot verify that.
have u checked spark plug wires, ignition coils, timing,spark plugs or had it hooked to a reader?
Distributes the spark energy from the coil to the spark plugs in the correct firing order.
Mark and remove plug wires. Remove spark plugs and install new plugs. Reattach plug wire to correct plug.
Go to your local Honda shop and get the correct NGK plugs. They will come pre-gapped. This applies to all NGK plugs. You can verify this at their website. brad The manual says the correct gap is 0.8-0.9 mm (0.031-0.035 in) if you happen to get plugs that are not gapped. Hope this helps.
To change spark plugs a person must start with a car that is off, then disconnect the batter. The person must then remove the spark plug cables, remove the spark plugs, and replace them with new spark plugs. After that, one must put the spark plug cables back in the correct order, then connect the battery.