You distributor cap and rotor should also be replaced. If still no spark. check the compression on the low cylinders to see if you have good compression.
When you replaced the plugs, did you check the compression? Did any of the plugs look different than the others? Low compression in one cylinder can cause misfiring. But then, so can a faulty distributor cap.
On the 4 cylinders it is on the top center of the engine. On the 2.5L V6 it is built inside the distributor and is not servicable, the whole distributor has to be replaced.
low compression on 2 cyclenders ALT ANSWER: You have two cylinders swaped on the cap. I did it to mine. Try swaping 1 & 3.
Check the compression in your cylinders
If there is NO compression on any of the cylinders, you've probably slipped the timing belt/chain. Just knowing that there is no compression is insufficient information to make a decision about replacing the engine. You COULD need to have the engine rebuilt, or it's possible that a valve "kissed" a piston and the engine is toast. Or... it could be something else. If it's just low compression in one or two cylinders, it could even be caused by burned or sticking valves.
Check the firing order which is 1-3-4-2 , if it is correct you may need to have a wet and dry compression test to check the condition of the valves, rings etc.
Run a compression test. If only one cylinder has low compression, it's probably a damaged valve or pushrod. If the compression is low in all cylinders the cam is probably not timed correctly.
There is no "chip" that can be replaced in the distributor, it is serviced as a unit. There is no chip in the distributor cap.
They can be replaced, avoiding the necessity to be 'bored out' .
You may need to have it rewired or have it replaced.
verify that the engine is timed properly if that's ok check your compression and vacuum
It's in the distributor. The whole distributor gets replaced when you nneed a new one.
It is a non serviceable part of the distributor. The distributor has to be replaced.
It depends on whether the distributor has been replaced or removed, and whether they put it back the same way. In any case, #1 is wherever the rotor is pointing when #1 is at TDC of compression cycle.
Sometimes an engine will seem to idle more smoothly when there is no load simply because the flywheel is carrying the cylinders across anything that is misfiring. Check the compression first. If all cylinders are within a couple PSI of each other you probably don't have any bad valves. If you haven't replaced the plugs, distributor, rotor and wires for a while, that seems like a good next place. If it still isn't cleared up checked the injectors for anything that might be partially plugged.
I really hate to be the one to tell you the bad news but it is possible that you have bent some valves. Take the spark plugs out of the missing cylinders and run a compression check on those two.
The cam sensor is integral to the distributor. The distributor is not repairable and must be replaced as an assembly except distributor cap and rotor head.
The coil on the 2.5l is in the distributor. To the best of my knowledge it is not serviceable. The distributor must be replaced.
It could be that the distributor was not the problem. Need to know what the code is and what engine you have.
Remove the bolts that hold the distributor cap onto the distributor. Once this is off the rotor can be reached and replaced on a 1994 Acura Integra.
The distributor drive gear would be part of the camshaft. The camshaft would have to be replaced.
Yes, the hydraulic cylinders can be replaced. These are also known as brake master cylinders. None are really better than the others, you just need to make sure you buy the one that fits your car.
I just replaced one on my 1992 astro and it was $120 just for the distributor not including the rotor and cap
Is it a brand new distributor ? If not then replace the module and pick-up coil in the distributor that you have.