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Old 02-05-2010, 12:24 AM
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hit speed bump/car dies

hey guys hoping someone can shed some light on this.....so i hit a soeed bump kinda fast at like 10 or under..mph... and my car bottoms out and dies instanly.....so i figured out i have no spark i just bought a new coil and still no spark....i am getting ready to do my engine swap but i cant till i figure this out ...please any ideas would be helpful i am very familiar with hondas been working on them forever and doing swaps so i know my way around...but this really puzzles me ...its my first prelude so any secrets please lmk thanks ...oh its a 2000 base lude wit a smoking h22...and my swap is a jdm h22...also obd2....i checked all fuses and everything....could it be my immoblizer doing this? i mean its not flashing or anything ....idk just really lost now .....
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Re: hit speed bump/car dies

im not familiar with electronics but you could of f*d up a ground or something when you bottomed out, my dads lude was running like crap till that was fixed. It could be a lotta things really I dont really know

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Re: hit speed bump/car dies

i'm thinking of a loose ground as well. check the ones going to the starter, t-stat housing, and valve cover.
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