How to test fuel pressure, injector pulse and spark with basic tools – Honda



1993 Honda Accord Intermittent No Start
In this video I cover the steps involved in identifying the cause of an intermittent no start condition. The tests shown can be used on any car, not just on a Honda.

Tools used
– ATD Tools 5519 Auto Ranging Digital Multimeter

https://www.jbtoolsales.com/atd-tools-5519-auto-ranging-digital-multimeter-with-protective-holster#oid=1014_1

– OTC 3633 Mini Circuit Tester

https://www.jbtoolsales.com/otc-3633-mini-circuit-tester#oid=1014_1

– S.U.R. & R FPT22 Deluxe Fuel Injection Pressure Tester Kit

https://www.jbtoolsales.com/s-u-r-r-fpt22-deluxe-fuel-injection-pressure-tester-kit-1#oid=1014_1

– Thexton Spark Tester

https://www.jbtoolsales.com/thexton-404-ignition-spark-tester#oid=1014_1

– Lisle 20750 Remote Starter Switch

https://www.jbtoolsales.com/lisle-20750-remote-starter-switch#oid=1014_1

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Post time: 07-17-2017