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89 Si no spark and no power to ecu


jslay1981

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I have a 89 crx Si with 1.6, it died on me on way back from beer store. I replaced dizzy and still no spark, replaced Ecu and still no spark, What else can I try. I have been scratching my head for a month figuring this out and almost give up. The engine turns, time belt is good, rest of car got juice, no spark though.

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yup, i agree with cranny, just look at the fuze box under the hood for the ecu becouse if thats blown or got to cold and coroded, that will stop you from geting spark, and do you here the fuel pump priming when you turn the key 2 klicks over?!`! , maybe check youre dizzy wiring if someone converted it to obd1 - obd2 or vise versa and the wires are RIGGGED ...happen to me once the kid rigged the dizzy wires up with telefone wire.....lol not really but it was my first car i bought... 93hatch stock type R~!

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Does the check engine light come ON when you first turn the key on for three seconds then shuts off ? Does it stay ON ?

See if you're getting power to the i think the black/yellow wire going to the the distributor ?check the ground at the thermostat hounsing ?

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Does the check engine light come ON when you first turn the key on for three seconds then shuts off ? Does it stay ON ?

See if you're getting power to the i think the black/yellow wire going to the the distributor ?check the ground at the thermostat hounsing ?

 

Sounds Like Grounds To Me Too, Had Same Prob.

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