I am having problems with getting my 1994 Honda Civic EX to start. I am getting no spark at the spark plugs, but I am getting fuel to them. I have read through the FAQ listed in the forum on the subject. I have replaced the spark plugs, spark plug wires, rotor, distributor cap and Igniter Module. I have checked the coil resistance and found it to be in spec. I have also run the resistance checks on the sensors inside the distributor and have found them to all be in spec. I have inserted the jumper wire in the diagnostic connector to read the codes from the ECM. The response that I got was that the Check Engine Light stayed on continuously (no flashing of any kind) and the SRS light flashed steadily (no pattern for reading a number). I have removed power (disconnected battery), rerun the test, and got the same response. This condition is not identified in the Haynes manual that I am using. Can anyone provide any guidance? Sounds like the ECM is bad (not much else to replace, unless the distributor sensors can pass the resistance check and still be bad).