Tonya, Do you have a Haynes manual? Chilton's produced a two volume set on Italian and Swedish cars during the 70s that is much better. Check your fuse--I presume you are using the original "bullet" type German fuses--is it the correct amperage? Check your wiring schema--what else is on the fuse that you can live without? If it's feeding back into the fuse block, how are your condensers (1-2?) faring?
where is the camshaft sensors located on Mercedes 2002 1800cc engine
depends on which engine you have
1.8L Fuel Injected 1800cc Pancake porshe engine
Yes, sometimes a faulty ignition switch can cause the engine to not fire. Also, a bad spark park can the engine to not fire.
A 'spark ignition ' engine is your regular gasoline engine as opposed to a diesel, which is a 'compression ignition' engine
The figure 1800 cc means the engine is 1800 cubic centimeters. This number stands for the amount of engine cylinder volume.
i dont know of any engines that started with AD however type1 AE 1971/72 1600cc - dual relief, dual port AH 1973/74 1600cc - 8mm head studs with case savers AJ 1975-1979 1600cc - fuel injected type2 AW 1973/74 1800cc - dual carb. AW 1975 1800cc - fuel-injected AP 1974/75 1800cc - European only type 3 AN 1974 1800cc - 8.6:1 compression AT 1974 1800cc - European only, dual carb.
I THINK U NEED TO REPLACE THE STARTER
Pull the plastic cover off the top (head) of your engine the coils are lined up on the top of your engine. Next you will need to unplug the coils from the connecting wires. After you unplug them you can simply pull the ignition coils out and replace them with your new ones.
if its a quad 4 engine, you must remove the top engine cover to reveal ignition assembly. not a cheap part to replace. replace plugs only when misfiring.
The key and the ignition lock are badly worn. Try a different key if it doesn't fix it you need to replace the ignition lock.
out key in the ignition ... start engine then drive to your mechanic's repar shop
Replace the ignition wires.
There are dozens of sensor that have to do with engine management and ignition all over the engine.There are dozens of sensor that have to do with engine management and ignition all over the engine.
Ignition is required for an engine to work. Failure of ignition would prevent the engine working.
I think you have a typographical error in your question. The question I believe is "What is a compression ignition engine?" The answer is:- A diesel engine is a compression ignition engine.
what are the advantages and disadvantages of s.i engine
Pre-ignition in an engine may be detected by engine knocking.
The difference is in the size of the engine. Specifically in the intake and exhaust ports. The bore and stroke of the crank and pistons and the size of the combustion chambers.
if it is a dohc engine then you may have to remove the intake manifold
Replace the coil.
EC - 1974 - 1800cc - Type 4
What engine? Ford contour 2.0L DOHC eng. distributorless ignition are controlled by the main PCM There is an ignition module on the 99 contour 2.0 with automatic transmission. It is shown in the schematics for this model.
Passlock. Go to the dealer and have the passlock programmed. Usually happens after you replace an ignition switch.
replace the ignition leads then try the coil aswell Plugs, wires, cap, rotor, injector, internal engine, etc.