Not starting may means no fuel is reaching. And if fuel is reaching and it is not starting, than there is no spark to "fire" the mixture, which means bad coil. Not starting may means no fuel is reaching. And if fuel is reaching and it is not starting, than there is no spark to "fire" the mixture, which means bad coil.
dead battery, no spark / bad coil, bad plugs bad wires. no fuel / bad fuel pump / fuel rail.
Yes as the coil provides the spark or fire to ignite the fuel. Most definitely on a vehicle with one coil. On a vehicle with multiple coils, it may start but miss.
fuel pump bad ignition coil bad fuel filter plugged air filter
If you have plenty of crank, but, no, fire, then your problem is in the fuel system. Check your fuel pump by disconnecting the lower fuel line on the filter and then try starting the car. If no fuel comes out of the line, you have found your problem! Bad fuel pump!
what is the proper position of ignition coil for 2004 Nissan sentra 1.8s?
Are you asking the fuel pump coil in the trunk of the car? I too checked for a fuse related to the fuel pump and didnt see any apart from that green colored coil near the battery
Have you measured primary & secondary resistance at the ignition coil on the distributor? The coil in the distributor on these vehicles is a very common poit of failure. If it fails, it can cause other things to shutdown, such as the fuel pump. For fuel pump diagnosis, pull and check the FP relay for starters. *** I also had this issue on my 1998 Cirrus, it was the cam position sensor. A bad crank position sensor will also leave you with no spark or fuel.
It is important to know the symptoms of a bad car part. The symptoms of a coil going bad would be having a trouble starting and running the car, the coil getting hot, and poor fuel economy.
There are 5 symptoms of ignition coil failure. They are: backfiring, starting problems, fuel economy is off (less millage per mile), engine misfiring, and vehicle stalling.
maybe no spark, bad fuses, bad distributor or rotor cap or ignition coil or bad fuel injectors. sounds like a simple problem, hopefully
A car only needs three things to make it start. Fuel - Spark - Air (compression) Usually it is fuel or spark related. Generally, if it's not getting fuel..... 1. fuel filter 2. fuel pump 3. fuel injectors (if fuel injected) Again, generally, if it's not getting good spark..... 1. Plugs, wires and/or coil. Or coils (if each plug has separate coil)
It is important to recognize the signs of car parts going bad. The symptoms of an ignition coil going bad are bad fuel economy, backfiring, starting problems and engine misfiring.
Did you replace the FUEL FILTER when you replaced the fuel pump?
Fuel pump, fuel pump relay, fuel pump fuse, fuel filter, crankshaft position sensor, ignition control module, coil... and there are a whole bunch of other possibilities. Use a code scanner to read the computer code.
Try turning key to "on" position without starting vehicle and leave on for about 5 seconds. Do this twice. May prime fuel system
Most likely it is the armature (coil) failing, though in limited circumstances it could be fuel-related.
I would suspect fuel flow - starting with the fuel filter.See "Related Questions" below for more
because of ignition coil faulty.due to mountings,abnormal fuel pressure.
For 2 or 3 seconds you will hear the fuel pump run , before starting the engine , when the ignition key is turned to the on / run position
Crank Position Sensor
Turn the key to "on" position without starting engine twice for about 5 seconds each time to prime the fuel system
if you do not have spark you will not have fuel check coil module and ignition pick up coil.
No, there is no coil or Spark Plugs. Ignition takes place due to heating from compression of the fuel/air mixture. Some diesel engines have a "Glow Plug" for aid to starting in very cold weather.