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Old 12-20-2011, 02:37 PM
 
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i have a 95 honda accord vtec 2.2 4 cylinder i have a serious misfire on all the cylinder i am trying to replace the coil pack to see if that fix the problem anyone know where the coil pack is loacted at or does it not have one ? it not under the distributor ? or does this car dont have a coil pack. is it just the ingition coil that in the distributor ? anyone know ?
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Old 12-20-2011, 04:41 PM
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Ignition coil is in the distributor.

Have you checked distributor rotor, distributor cap, spark plug wires, spark plugs? All these are as likely as a bad coil.

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I check all that I scan it and it telling me all the cylinder have a misfire when it misfireing and I step hard on the gas it goes away it not misfireing all the time any idea why ?
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It is unusual to miss w/o load and not miss under load. Perhaps a large intake air leak, check PCV, brake booster vacuum line, and other vacuum lines for leaks.

Are plugs new or recent?

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The 95 4-cylinder accord doesn't have an OBD2 connector, so how are you scanning it? What engine code(s) are you getting?
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All the plugs and wire are good everything else work normal it not a constant misfire if the car running for a min it would probably misfire about 4 time . It is a obd2 you have to pull the ashtray out and it there even autozone said it was not obd2 cause they could not find the connection .
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I think I read somewhere that a few 95 Accords were OBD2.

What codes were detected? This may be best clue to problem.

Cracked rotor or cracked distributor cap could lead to random misfire. Unlikely to be coil.

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I check all that I scan it and it telling me all the cylinder have a misfire when it misfireing and I step hard on the gas it goes away it not misfireing all the time any idea why ?
Clogged EGR and or egr ports...the is a "how to" in the Common DIY Treads at the top of this section.
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The ignition coil is not in the distributor it is connected to rhe distributor by the coil wire... (QUOTE=TexasHonda;264388]Ignition coil is in the distributor.

Have you checked distributor rotor, distributor cap, spark plug wires, spark plugs? All these are as likely as a bad coil.

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"Flinch" - I'll let this one ride....this thread is over a year old, also the vtec (EX) engines come with the coil inside the dist on this gen....the LX and DX have the external coils....the op said they had a vtec hence internal coil.
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