1995 Honda Accord EX Dies Randomly While Driving

I have a 1995 Honda Accord EX with like 160k Miles.

It dies randomly, sometimes it will only drive for a couple Miles sometimes it will be able to drive for Days without any issues.

When it dies it takes 30 Minutes or longer to be able to start again to drive for another Mile or more.

I’ve replaced the Fuel Pump, Fuel Sending Unit, and the Fuel Pump Main Relay.
But nothing has helped it at all.

Lights and everything else works when it dies, and it still has Spark as well.

Whatever is happening is cutting the Power to the Fuel pump.
When it dies, the Fuel Pump doesn’t Prime or work at all. (It’s a Brand New Pump)

Does anyone have any ideas of what could be going on?
This is my first Honda so I don’t know much about them.

A faulty crankshaft position sensor can cause that.


I’ll definitely check that out thank you.

Check the hot lead at the ignition coil with the key in both the RUN and START positions. Memory is fuzzy but I think it is a black wire with a yellow tracer. There should be power in both positions.

If it will not start and there is no power at that lead then the electrical part of the ignition switch has failed. This is a common problem and not just with your year model car.
It is caused mostly by long term use of the high current fuel pump which over time degrades the contacts in the switch.