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Check engine light code 15 on 91 honda accord dies while driving

\015 We changed the coil thought it was fixed but started dying again. It seems as though it happens when car gets warm. now its happening more frequently. What repair will fix this? it almost seems like a vapor lock\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 17-12-2018

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Have come across this before and have only had to replace any parts a couple of times. What I have found to be the problem in about half the cases was that there was a poor connection in the connector at the right shock tower. Also in about 30 percent of the case I have found an open wire that was just old and as it got hotter would lose it's continuity. Below is a picture of one of the connectors at the distributor. When you are having problems check to see if you have battery voltage at the yellow wire by using your negative battery terminal as your ground when checking for voltage and the key needs to be in the "on" position when checking. If voltage is not correct find the open wire. Last but not least, in the other connector at the distributer (see the next picture) where you see the leter "A" or terminal "A" with the key on and using the battery as a ground you should have about 10 volts there. If not correct, replace the ignitor. It may be heating up but as I said this is not common but have seen it before. Remember to check when the problem is happening when checking. Hope this helps.....

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