My 2000 Integra with 180,000 miles that never gave me a moment of trouble, stalled at a stop sign and hasn’t started since.
- Engine cranks
- Check Engine light comes on and then goes off after a few seconds (assume no error code)
- Removing a spark plug shows spark
- All fuses ok
- Fuel pump relay ok
- Removed fuel filter, turned on ignition (not trying to crank), fuel is coming through. There isn’t much pressure, the fuel comes out like a water fountain. I assume the fuel pump is ok.
My thinking is that I either don’t have spark or I don’t have fuel. The spark looks ok. The fuel pump is moving fuel, I don’t know if the pump can fail in a way that moves fuel but at too low a pressure. Is there another device, in the fuel delivery system, between the pump and the cylinder that I can check?
Any suggestion would be appreciated.