I believe it is located under the distributor cap. At least that's where it is located on a 1991 dodge colt 1.5 litre.
The timing marks on a 93 Dodge Colt with a 1.5 liter engine are located on the timing chain and the cam sprocket. They must line up with each other to ensure proper initial timing.
It is computer controlled and nonadjustable,.
There is none. The coil is inside the distributor.
changr pick-up coil in distributor
It is not a direct fit.
ECM means Engine Control Module. It is the car's computer and controls ignition, spark, timing, emissions etc. A vital part of the car.
the 2.4 liter engine is 1,3,4,2
Computer is toast
i would check the timing. check for compression.
Look under the hood for a decal listing the specifications.
Unbolt the two bolts on either side of the distributor. Disconnect the 2 lower electrical clips. Disconnect the upper clip. Slide distributor out, when re-installing it make sure the distributor "teeth" line up with the slot on the camshaft. Replug everything back in.also make sure it is on top dead centre on compression stroke or the timing will be way out!
Dodge Colt was created in 1970.
Chilton manual says 5 degrees after top dead center.
We actually had this problem on our boat with a 5.7 v8. the problem with ours was distributor. You might want to check the coil. and also just check the main harness to see if anything is loose.
2005 mitsubishi colt timing belt
I have a 93 Dodge Colt GL with the 1.8L engine and automatic transmission. The fuel pump relay is located behind the radio in the center console.
you can't use a timing light. you have to loosen both bolts on distributer and adjust by ear. engine will start easy when in time and shouldn't spark knock. I use premium gas for best power and gas mileage.
one is on the cam gear and the other is on the crank timing belt gear. spark timing is on the crank to the rear of the engine
I believe only Ford uses them.
Most of these type of relays are located against the firewall on the left side.
It does not have a reset button or inertia switch.
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