I'm not sure if your car has a crankshaft angle sensor. If it does and it is bad,your ignition will not work. Try having a shop look at it and tell them what you have replaced.
This has happened to me twice now. The first time was the box on the drivers side, on the wall. It was not fully placed against the wall and wasn't getting ground. The second time, which was just recently, my ignition coil went out. Luckily, the ignition coils only run about $45 to replace.
moisture is getting into something, a likely place to start is the distributor cap.
It is a physical change, because a chemical change is when the object or thing is changed into something else.
Check the coil then. The spark originates at the coil and it distributed to the correct spark plug by the distributor. If you get a spark from the coil and not at the plugs then there is something wrong at the distributor. If you are getting no spark from the coil, then check to see if it's getting power. If it is then replace the coil. Hope that helps... the coil is internal in the distributor, if the distributor worked in another civic, then something would be wrong with your wiring or ecu. check your ecu, once you acces the ecu, when you first turn your ignition on the ecu will flash once, that will tell you if the ecu is getting power, next check your fuses. sounds simple. and last try checking your timing, might be so far out, when it is time to spark it will miss.
IT IS A BAD IGNITOR ON THE INSIDE OF THE DISTRIBUTOR.
it has to be the distributor cap or rotor or wires...plug wires.
They( babies ) scream because they want something or because they don't get there own way . The other reason why is probably because there getting changed or they don't like something or because there getting frustrated because there teeth are coming through or something.
If you are not getting spark, the distributor is common to fail. It is hard to tell from the question if you changed it or just the cap and rotor. Also, do you have fuel pressure. That could be a fuel pump. If you have neither fuel or fire, that could be aa computer or wiring issue.
Check to see if you are getting fuel? Check to see if you are getting spark?
Bad coil? Bad distributor rotor? Bad distributor cap?
im not getting fire to the spark plugs but the distributor is getting fire what do i do please help
Check to see if it getting spark/fuel Check rotor
if you think your grand am has a distributor, you might think about closing your hood and getting someone else to fix it
Have you checked all of the High Tension leads from the distributor to the plugs, or just one or two? Same with HT lead from Coil to Distributor, Check Distributor cap for cracks
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It has changed by getting warmer.
dodge 360 getting fire to coil none from dist
i have same problem had to change the distributor
Faulty plug lead, and/or distributor cap,if applicable
Check to make sure your getting fire at the Distributor Cap, if not, then try replacing the cap and rotor button. If that doesn't work, you may need a new distributor.
i have a g600 can the tone for when you get a tex be changed for a personal one
I'm trying to do a tuneup on my 89' 740 Volvo with turbo. Having problems getting the distributor rotor off?
The internal hall effect switch could be bad or the module that is bolted to the side of the distributor. Most Advance auto parts stores can test the module for you.
Your ignition module may be out. Or your distributor is out. What kind of vehicle?
electronic spark modulator bad.