Is it a brand new distributor ? If not then replace the module and pick-up coil in the distributor that you have.
Replace the ECU.
(Magnetic pick-up) Inside the Distributor.
Replace the pick up coil it's inside the distributor. This may fix it.
The most common failure associated with those symptoms is the Crankshaft Position Sensor.
In the distributor.
Rotor Pick-up coil
The pick up coil is located at the base of the distributor and plugs into the ignition module. The pick up coil's purpose is to sense or "pick up" the pulses of the distributor and tell the ignition module when to fire the spark plugs. The most critical part of the replacement of the pick up coil is to make certain you properly mark the orientation of the distributor to the engine block and the rotor to the distributor base. When you successfully make these markings, you will not need to check your timing when this job is finished.
Inside the distributor.
Often a pickup coil is mounted inside a distributor to detect the position of magnets on a star wheel. The hall effect switch can be part of the pickup coil or a separate solid state device immediately adjacent.
It is most likely the pick-up coil "inside the distributor".It could also be the coil or the ignition module.
Ignition coils are generally external while pick up coils are generally internal to distributor
The computer maybe fubar(no good)? have you checked the plug wires distributor cap and rotor? could be the distributor its self or possably the pick up coil
Yes you do. You have to take the distributor shaft out of the distributor to Remove the pick-up coil / stator.
Check the ignition coil or the "pick up" located inside the distributor
Cam sensor is inside the distributor under pick-up coil. Some say whole distributor has to come out to replace, some have snuck it out by removing pick-up coil.
if the coil is on the distributor cap,remove cover then disconnect wires from the coil and remove coil. if coil is on engine then loosen the bolt and remove from coil mount
If you are asking about changing the ignition coil that is mounted on top of the distributor cap, it is held in with two screws and can easily be replaced.
Pick up coil?
remove the distributor cap remove the screws that attach the pick coil to the base of the distributor and replace in reverse order
The computer uses the pick up plate in the distributor to know when to activated the coil to cause a spark to go down the coil wire to the distributor cap and through the cap and rotor to an individual plug wire to the spark plug.The computer uses the pick up plate in the distributor to know when to activated the coil to cause a spark to go down the coil wire to the distributor cap and through the cap and rotor to an individual plug wire to the spark plug.
Are you sure the pick up is good? If your not sure replace it. You can check the ohms on the pick up coil they should be between 500 and 1500. Check the rotor button for a hole burnt in it. Check the coil and coil wire. WHAT THE HECK R U PPLS TALKING ABOUT???
if you're refering to the ignition pick up coil, then it's inside the distributor. you need to remove the distributor, dismantle, replace the coil, and reinstall the distributor. if you aren't mechanically inclined, then don't bother trying. you need to do certain prep work, have a timing light, know how to rebuild a distributor, and reinstall it to specs.
Bad coil? Bad Pick-up?