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Intermittent start 1987 EXI

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by doujea73, Aug 10, 2004.

  1. doujea73

    doujea73 Junior Member

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    Aug 10, 2004
    I have a 1987 Accord EXI with an intermitent starting problem. Quite often, after driving for awhile (5 minutes or more), if the car is left for 10 -20 minutes it will not fire. (cranks only). When checking for injector pulse we discovered the engine will start if one injector wire is unplugged, then we plug it back in and it runs fine. Car will also start on its own if left for about 30 minutes or more. Appears to be a temperature related problem in electrical system for the injectors. I have a parts car and have changed - fuel pump; main relay; complete distributor; ignition coil; ECU-under drivers seat; all to no avail. Also if car is driven for a longer time more than an hour it may stall and not start until it cools down again. Any suggestions
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