Avoid the crank sensor?
maybe how old
The crank angle sensor is located in the distributor.only in the 94 and 95 Honda accord.
could be fuel pump, bad fuel filter, or ignition module.
A crank shaft position sensor on a 1998 Honda Accord reads whether or not a the engine is spinning correctly. If there is a discrepancy on how the crankshaft is spinning the sensor will relay it to the ECU.
In the hood by the oil filter.
In the bottom of the distributor under coil.
which direction does a crank shaft pully bolt screw out on a 2002 honda accord lx 2.3l eng. clockwise or counterclockwise?
crank no start hot weather1991 Honda accord no start hot . but will start for a second with starting fluid . not getting fuel
Loose or corroded battery cables? Bad starter - excessive drag --excessive resistance
Honda Crank Pulley Tool 50mm. The part number is 646796 at DenLorsTools.com. There is a video that shows it in use.
there is no fire going to my fuel pump why is this I changed the main fuel pump relay
With the stock Civic engine, no. If you swap the Accord engine in, yes. The swap involves notching or bashing in your frame rails or machining the crank pulley and a myriad of other things however. No
I just changed a timing belt in a buddys 1990 accord and you need to set the marks on the pulleys to same direction as your crank pulley mark is.
I am having the same problem. Therefore, I took it to a mechanic who said it is probably the oxygen sensor.
Will need more information to answer question. what year? is there any dash light on? does the motor crank slow or not at all?
No, the engine will turn over it just will not start because it will be getting no fuel as the pump is not running.
it could be the gas line or even the ignition,, id take it to a good mechanic who is very firmiliar with Honda because it is a foreign car..
The Best Crank is Stock Crank.Here's Honda's updated crank part # 13090-hp1-315.
fist u have too move timing belt cover than mark the timing and remove the timing belt after that u can take out a crank pully out (makesouer timing mark is right)
could be many things, probably a crank sensor
The timing belt on a 4 cylinder Accord can be changed by removing the accessory belts, valve cover, crank pulley, timing covers, timing belt and then reversing the procedure. For more detailed instructions check out the Honda Timing Belt Tech Article at DenLorsTools.com, it also gives how to tips and common mistakes to avoid. == ==
The crankshaft sensor is located at the bottom of the engine timing chain cover. Use the owner's manual in case you need help.
might be something with starter/solenoid assembly or the crank wire circuit coming from the ignition switch.
Or a crank