Yes, you can do this, by why in the world would you want to? I agree it can be done, but you will need a resistor for the hot side of the coil. Contact one of the manufacturers of aftermarket ignitions such as Accel or Mallory and ask them for the part number of the correct resistor. It goes between the wire presently connected to the BAT terminal on the HEI and the + terminal on the new coil.
Simple - you can't it is an anti theft device.
A Classic Caprice is a more upscale caprice, sort of like a separate trim level. Classics included small upgrades to the regular caprice, but not quite enough to warrant a trim designation.
Actually, in 1991 AMC/Eagle had a production cutoff where the early 1991s had a regular distributor, and the late 1991 models had the distributorless ignition system. Another source indicates that only the Canadian models had the regular distributor type system. So... depending on whether you have the distributor type or distributorless type, the firing order would be: Distributor type system: 1-6-3-5-2-4 (distributor rotation is CLOCKWISE) Distributorless system: 1-2-3-4-5-6
Use 87 Octane Regular.
Electronic thermometers have a digital readout, whereas a regular thermometer is most likely not.
A 'spark ignition ' engine is your regular gasoline engine as opposed to a diesel, which is a 'compression ignition' engine
Its designed to operate on regular octane gas.
It is part of the factory system and there is no easy way to bypass the system, installing a remote start sometimes will disable it. Remember the immobilizer is there to prevent theft.
the br is a resistor type plug the b is regular same heat range and everything should use br whenever possible and a must for electronic ignition
HEI is not just the distributor, it's the entire ignition system and yes, they certainly are better. Plugs last longer, fuel burns better and there is quite a bit less maintenance. The differences are that the coil of a HEI system has to run on a solid state module which is usually mounted somewhere outside of the distributor as opposed to the older style which runs on points that are INSIDE the distributor.
check if there is any voltage going to your coil if not the computer very well could be bad if its a lean burn system it will have the computer mounted to the air cleaner and have two wiring harness plugs going to it you will need to replace that unit. or if its regular electronic ignition it will be on the fire wall close to the drivers side hood hinge it will have 2 bolts attaching it and have a plug with either four or five wires to it and a screw in the center hope this helps
Regular cigarettes and electronic cigarettes are different.
reading from a regular book is far better than reading from an electronic book. the reason is the light used is artificial and has radiation.
No I do have electronic binoculars in my house. I have regular binoculars only. If they are cheap and I read good thing about them I may get a pair of these.
Email is instantly delivered - regular mail can take weeks. Email is free - regular mail can be very expensive.
An electronic or digital safe has many advantages over a regular safe. They are quicker to operate as one would only need to enter a code rather than spin the handle. Combinations can also be changed with electronic ones.
An electronic toothbrush usually does a majority of the work for the user it spins in ways that help clean the teeth better. a regular toothbrush is manual, users do the work themselves.
You just type in your name, with a regular keyboard
Regular Dimmer will work.
There are many advantages of an electronic toothbrush. They are able to get into places where a regular toothbrush can't. They remove more plaque than a regular toothbrush and the pulse effect, also replicates the tools which are used at the dentist.
what do you mean a regular ignition key? If you are talking about having a copy made, then it won't work. You will need to get it from a dealership because the original key has a chip in it meaning you can't get a duplicate unless you get it from the dealership.
On my 90 740gl it is right next to the ignition coil. It depends on the ignition system used. On a Regina ignition, I think everything is built in the coil (The big square one) The regular round coil is for BOSCH ignition and a separate module is use. NOT SURE, would appreciate confirmation.
maybe, but it's safer than regular cigarette
For the electronic cigarettes the same law as regular cigarettes for minors is applied. You must be on legal age, 21 years old
I have a '91 Park Avenue and, yes, you need TWO different keys. One "regular" key for the doors and trunk and another key with an electrical/electronic 'anti-theft' device at the base of the 'handle'.