Check the main relay under the dashboard the fuel filtr and distributer.AnswerCheck the distributor cap, rotor, and spark plug wires. With the distributor cap removed, crank the engine to see if the distributor is turning if not you probably have a broken timing belt.
follow the positive wire from your battery and it plugs into your seloniod which is connected to your starter.
Ignition switch, coils, starter, alternator, spark plugs. plug wires, battery.
how about plugs, wires or ignition module
The ignition module is located between the starter and the spark plugs on most vehicles.
dont wanna sound condescending but believe it or not its exactly the same as the ignition system from any other auto maker. comprised of a battery, coils, plugs and a starter motor. any ignition issues shoudl be easily resolved by any competant local mechanic. dont wanna sound condescending but believe it or not its exactly the same as the ignition system from any other auto maker. comprised of a battery, coils, plugs and a starter motor. any ignition issues shoudl be easily resolved by any competant local mechanic.
Faulty Ignition System. Dead battery. Dead Coil. Worn out Ignition "Wires" to Plugs. Corroded Battery Cable to Starter. Corrosion at Battery Terminals. Engine Ground Problem thereof eliminating complete Electrical Circuit. Blown Fuses or Relays. Faulty Ignition Switch. Hope one of these is it!! CHEERS!!
This intriguing subject brought forth an incredible search of the internet. It turns out the ignition coil transforms voltage from a battery in order to create an electric spark in the spark plugs which leads to the ignition of fuel.
You might want to test the ignition coil, battery, distributor (both type's can be tested), starter, starter relay or coil, and spark plugs to rule out which is causing the problem these are the basic components for starting the engine
Won't turn over? 1-Bad starter 2-No power to starter: discharged battery, bad battery or loose connection 3-No signal to starter: bad ignition switch or starter relay or blown fuse or security 4-Engine stuck: Belt driven accessory problem (remove belts) or hydraulic lock (remove spark plugs) or seized engine or transmission problem
Try replacing the spark plugs /wires and distrubuter cap if it doessnt work still you may have a bad ignition coil or fuel problems
Could be a number of reasons.. weak or dead battery, bad starter, bad ignition switch, incorrect distributor placement, bad spark plugs... need to know the actual symptoms to narrow it down.
change distributor cap, plugs, wires, rotor. i just had the same problem with my 88, its about a $60 fix
could be you starter solenoid. The part of the starter that the cable from the battery plugs in. Experienced something like that on an old car that I had as a teen. Jay is the name
check your wiring to selinoid and relay and battery posts also make sure plugs and or wires are good and check the battery
ignition module, timing belt. plugs .distributor and wires fuel problem---pump. wrong key. no gas left.
NGK Iridium spark plugs are fine for your 1996 Honda Accord.
Could be heater plugs if its a diesel or maybe the battery. Check the earth (ground) cables between the engine and body for cleanliness and security of connection. Turn the ignition key, you should hear the starter solenoid 'click'. If it does, the cable from the battery to the starter is a fused link, connect a starter cable between the battery and starter motor solenoid and try to start. If there is no 'click' the fault is either the ignition switch or the wiring from the solenoid to it. If the car is automatic it should only start in Park (P) and Neutral (N). check the operation of the gearbox start inhibit switch. If an aftermarket alarm is fitted check the security and cleanliness of the wiring connections, especially the immobilizer circuit.
where are the plugs located
If you try hitting the starter with a hammer it should get it turning again..if its not that,its your battery or plugs.. Regards, Michael,
Most probably its the starter coil. That's evident if on turning the ignition key, there is a clicking sound. It may be also bad alternator with a worn out battery No fuel getting to engine or spark plugs not firing for some reason. Sorry, you have to find out which.
Troubleshooting a stall condition should include the following systems. If electrical the battery, alternator and starter should be first checked. Fuel and ignition system problems include the plugs, coils, wires, injectors and pump.
If the lights come on, it's obviously not the battery. It could be a number of things. IE spark plugs, ignition switches, starter, alternator etc. Also, you should make sure you have gas in the car... -_-
Try you ignition switch my 1998 accord done the same thing and that fixed it