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Old 06-12-2019, 12:00 AM
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Any ideas why i wouldnt have no spark nor any fuel? Fuel pump doesnt turn on with key to on position. While replacing engine i broke both sensors on side of head under the distributor. Would this cause car not to have spark or fuel? Also what are the two sensors name on side of head? And what are they for ? 92accord5sp2.2l LX Thanks
 
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Old 06-12-2019, 11:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Slammed92Acoord View Post
Any ideas why i wouldnt have no spark nor any fuel? Fuel pump doesnt turn on with key to on position. While replacing engine i broke both sensors on side of head under the distributor. Would this cause car not to have spark or fuel? Also what are the two sensors name on side of head? And what are they for ? 92accord5sp2.2l LX Thanks
My first thought is you forgot to connect the G101 ground (main ground for the ECU). That alone will cause no fuel pump, and a no start.
 
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Old 06-12-2019, 04:15 PM
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yea it was the ground at the thermostat housing. but still would like to know the name of the two sensors at the side of head under the distributor? thanks
 
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Old 06-12-2019, 04:54 PM
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Another thing is the oil light flashes here and there while on the gas.??? What could cause this?
 
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Two sensors under the distributor, one has a single red wire is the temperture gauge. The one to the left of that has two wires, look green and white to me) is the coolant temp for ecu. Yours may be slightly different than my 91 (wire colors that is). However the 2.2 engine is the same 91 through 96.
 
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Old 06-14-2019, 10:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Casper Young View Post
Two sensors under the distributor, one has a single red wire is the temperture gauge. The one to the left of that has two wires, look green and white to me) is the coolant temp for ecu. Yours may be slightly different than my 91 (wire colors that is). However the 2.2 engine is the same 91 through 96.
90-97 2.2 f22
 
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Old 06-18-2019, 11:49 AM
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ok thanks for the info really helped. What could possibly cause my oil to smell like gas? Could it be my injectors?
 
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Originally Posted by Slammed92Acoord View Post
ok thanks for the info really helped. What could possibly cause my oil to smell like gas? Could it be my injectors?
Yup. If they're firing while you have no spark, the unburned fuel will seep past the rings and into the crankcase.
 
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Old 06-18-2019, 01:40 PM
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my gas pedal feels like it sticks at times i tighten the nuts on cable and yea sometimes going down road maybe coming to a stop car acts like its flooding, gas odor is strong inside car. How do you fix it? Something i can buy to spray in there to maybe unstick the injectors? Also when i installed the engine it kind of started on a "dry" start because i forgot to pour oil on the cam and so forth. Now engine has a slight "knock" on cold starts then goes away when warms up. Guy told me my bearing may have got damaged when it started "dry"??
 

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