Every part of the computer control and injection system needs to be considered. For example, the fuel pump of an injected system runs at a much higher pressure than a carburated system. You'll need to work that out. You would need to work around the electronics for the ignition if you decide to use a HEI system and you'd probably need to do some rewiring of the keyswitch circuit as well as possibly some modifications to the gauges. Understand that most injector fuel pumps are also connected to the fuel gauge system. Whatever you THINK you've worked out, there will be additional concerns. But it can certainly be done. Converting the engine will probably be the easy part.
Integrated into distributor, under the rotor cap which is completely sealed and not replacable. Unfortunately you have to purchase an entire distributor.
How do you replace the ignition distributor on a 93 mx6 v6 pics?
inside the distributor
Coil packs are analogous to the old distributor systems. Most modern cars do not use distributors anymore. Instead the ignition systems are completely electronic.
The ignition module is located in the distributor, under the distributor cap.
All 1994-96 vehicles, use a new distributor ignition system which was originally developed for use on Corvette. The new system known as the Opti-Spark ignition system consists of a distributor assembly which is mounted on the front engine cover, under the water pump assembly, control circuitry an external coil. I the Opti-Spark system, all ignition timing is controlled by the PCM based on signals from the distributor
The ignition coil is inside the ignition distributor.
The 327 cubic inch Chevrolet's distributor had points and condenser and not an ignition module. If you have an ignition module then you have a HEI distributor that was changed out.
No distributor , Coil On Plug ( C.O.P. ) ignition system
Bad ignition rotor? Bad distributor cap? Bad ignition wires?
The ignition coil is part of the distributor assembly and is inside the distributor. It is not available as a separate part.
the ignition module is located in the distributor
ignition control module is under the distributor cap
The ignition condenser is located inside the distributor. In order to repair the issue, the distributor will need removed and replaced.
It has the HEI distributor in it."High Energy Ignition" and also called "High Energy Electronic Ignition"
If it is a newer model (no distributor) then it sounds like the Ignition Control pack is bad. If it is older (with a distributor) then replace the Ignition coil inside the distributor cap.
THERE IS NO DISTRIBUTOR ON A 5.4. IT USES IGNITION COIL PACKS
It has the Coil On Plug ( C.O.P. ) ignition system so there is no distributor
It doesn't have a distributor. It has a DIS, (Distributorless Ignition System).
You have to replace the distributor assembly.You have to replace the distributor assembly.
Where all the wires plug into. That is the ignition coil. The ignition coil is inside the distributor behind the cap. Remove the distributor cap screws, remove the cap and you will see the coil.
On the distributor.
It is right behind the Throttle body and just to the right of the distributor. The wire that is in the center of the distributor cap hooks to the ignition coil.
The ignition coil is inside the distributor behind the cap. Remove the distributor cap screws, remove the cap and you will see the coil.