1992 accord ignition wiring problem..

Discussion in 'Accord' started by petem, Jan 26, 2004.

  1. petem

    petem Guest

    My son in law started playing with his 92 honda accord 2.2liter 16 valve

    he took away hiis gnition wiring and ddint took note on were the wire where

    so now he is stuck with an engine that back fire like hell and wont start

    anyone can point me..so i could help him find wich wire goes to wich

    i think the first cylinder would be closes to the timing belt, but thats
    about it...
    (we would need to know what is the position on the rotor cap too..)

    thanks for the help
    petem, Jan 26, 2004
  2. petem

    Randolph Guest

    Yes, cylinder #1 is the one closest to the timing belt. With any luck,
    the distributor cap has numbers stamped on it. I found that
    indicates that the firing order for all 4-cylinder Honda engines listed
    is 1 - 3 - 4 - 2. And just what is that dufus doing with your daughter?
    Randolph, Jan 26, 2004
  3. petem

    petem Guest

    thanks for the info...

    and about the daughter....she have a mind of her own...and woman think
    differently then man...LOL
    petem, Jan 26, 2004
  4. petem

    T. Nelson Guest

    You should figure out a way to put a pad lock on the hood so your son
    can't open it. If he needs to take it in for service--go with him and open
    the pad lock for the mechanic and order the mechanic to relock the pad
    lock after he has finished working on it--just kidding.
    T. Nelson, Jan 26, 2004
  5. petem

    petem Guest

    i made hi read your post and he turned all red!!

    Thanks again every one for the info the car now runs like a new...

    when i told hime that we could have help from a newsgroup he told me i
    needed some medicamentation..
    Now he programed his outlook to read this,and a few other newsgroup...
    Bet he will learn a few tricks and wont be stuck again lke he was..

    one trick i gave him is simple take a few snap shot with his digital cam
    BEFORE removing anything ,and take a few more at every step so he have a
    good base to work from..

    Thanks again all

    petem, Jan 26, 2004
  6. petem

    T. Nelson Guest

    That is a great idea. Another idea is to tell him not to work on any car
    unless he has a service manual in front of him and follows the
    instructions. He should also take a course at the local college related to
    basic auto mechanics.
    T. Nelson, Jan 27, 2004
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