1990 Ford 5.0 truck not getting spark from coil to distributor?
ok the coil produces spark the distributer directs it but check and see if the cap and rotor are dirty if the coil is bad or if you have a bad ground
It would be helpful to know what year vehicle you have as there are two different ignition systems used on the Chevy Celebrity. Possible reasons for not getting spark in a distributor equipped engine: 1982 to 1986 Distributor cap or rotor defective Reluctor failed Pickup coil failure Ignition module failed wiring or plug in connections loose corroded or failed Coil failed, or coil wire to distributor failed No power to the distributor or coil Possible…
If you have no spark on a 1990 Dodge Colt but put in a new coil what else could be preventing the spark?
First make sure it's really not getting fire, go to sears and get a spark testor I think they're around $15. If it's really not getting spark to any of the cylinders, check the coil wire, then the coil, then the distributor cap and rotor. what is it doing ?? Is it fluding from too much nfuel when cranking over id there any spark? what do the plugs look like.
What would cause a 1990 Honda Accord to not get spark but is getting fuel besides being the Distributor plugswires fuses which are all new?
I can think of three things. it could be a bad distributor cap and or the rotor. the wire going from the coil to the distributor cap could be bad. the coil itself could be bad. check the wire running from the coil to the cap and make sure its properly seated, that's usually what happens to me after some hard wheeling in mine.