I have a 1997 civic lx that will not start. It has been in the 20's here. I have not had any problems with it resently. I drove it at night and parked it. In the morning it wouldn't start. Never had trouble starting before. I am checking the main relay, and distributor (ignition coil and ignition control module). The car cranks and it just keeps cranking and will not start. I changed the battery and hear the fuel pump when turning the car on (2 sec hum). Any ideas?
Does the Blk/Yel wire attached to the coil have battery voltage? Have you verified that the timing belt is not snapped? If you answered yes to both, then resistance test the coil and have the ICM tested at an auto parts store.
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