So, what you actually mean is the car won't run. First, did it run before you replaced all that stuff? If so, go back and re-check everything for something left disconnected or hookerd up wrong. Remember, it happens to the best of us. Two reasons an engine won't run. No fire (spark) or no fuel. Suggest you check it for codes. The computer usually knows what's wrong and it's faster then guessing. However, if you mean the starter won't turn the engine over, check for dead battery. Check for loose battery cable/wires at the starter, etc.
The ignition condenser is located inside the distributor. In order to repair the issue, the distributor will need removed and replaced.
You'd have to describe the components you replaced. Did you use a plug and go all in one distributor or did you replace the coil, distributor, and add an electronic ignition unit? If you "fried" your ignition, it's likely you fried something else along the line too. Check all your components.
try to get a new ignition rotor
replace wire from coil to distributor or inertia switch lower side panel under glove box.
The coil and distributor are one unit, there for, no coil wire. Yes it is a sealed unit and has to be replaced as one.
check and see if u have a hole in your muffler
did you replaced spark plug also distributor cap and rotor???
Even though you replaced the coil, it may be bad. You should test that first. If the coil is okay, it could be that the ignition wires need to be replaced.
I'm not sure I understand your question. The ignition module is suspect in this case and yes, it's under the distributor cap. You may also want to replace the distributor cap and rotor while your at it, they're cheap parts and hair-line cracks in a distributor cap can be hard to detect. If all of these fail I'd look at replacing the coil and coil wire to the distributor.
I would replace the ignition module in the distributor.
see if there is a small coil in the bottom of the distributor, you have to pull the distributor out to replace it
You don't. It has a D.I.S. ignition system and has no distributor or rotor. There are three coils mounted over spark plugs under coil pack cover (center top of motor) Each coil fires 2 pistons. They are not replaced as a tune up item. They are only replaced if faulty. Spark plugs should be replaced every 15,000 miles.
Check condition of ignition coil. Replace if bad.
i had the same problem, replaced everything and it turned out to be the distributor, they go bad on these vehicles.
No spark? Have you replaced the ignition module inside the distributor? That would be my guess.
chances are if there is no spark then the ignition module inside the distributor needs to be replaced as far as checking it goes just pop the module out and autozone or advance auto may be able to tell u where to take it to have it tested
The most common failure associated with those symptoms is the Crankshaft Position Sensor.
There is no "chip" that can be replaced in the distributor, it is serviced as a unit. There is no chip in the distributor cap.
No. The fuel pump should run for 2 seconds when the key is cycled from off to run, regardless of whether there is a problem in the ignition system or not.
this is possible but you need a spare from a donor vehicle so i only recomend replacing the whole distributor. i had a problem with the sensors in distributor. the whole distributor is built as a one piece unit. meaning all parts of the distributor are integrated in such a way that the only thing that can be removed is the ignition coil, BUT it is not meant to be replaced by itself. it is designed for replacement even if one thing on it fails, and that is an indicator that the whole thing is gonna fail. REPLACE THE WHOLE UNIT. if you look on eBay you can get a NEW one for under 200.
there isn't a traditional ignition coil on this vehicle, it is part of the distributor cap, and cannot be replaced as a separate part. on my 97 sebring 2.5L it cost around 350 dollars for the cap and coil a few years ago.
You may need to have it rewired or have it replaced.
no.... check the fuel injectors, and the distributor set (or coil packs)
I once replaced the distributor and worked to clean the battery posts and all sorts of stuff before finally realizing it was a blown ignition fuse. Van would turn over but not start. replaced the 35 cent fuse and I was on my way..
== == check that you are getting power to the distributor. i am assuming you are talking about a earlier model vehicle Have you checked the ecm relay? maybe the pickup coil assy.