pull the two bolts buy new or used ignition coil the replace the ignition coil is on th left side of motor right by the tbi
They are incorporated in each spark plug wire.
On the '93-'97 GT's the ignition coil is part of the distributor. If your coil goes bad you need to change the distributor.
the ignition coil is located under the top cover that says 2.4 quad
The crankshaft position sensor on a 97 GM Sonoma 2.2 engine is located on the lower right side of the engine. It is near the ignition control module.
A 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee has one ignition coil.
follow the coil wire in the center of the distributor cap back ( this is from the Hayne's repair manual )
there isn't a traditional ignition coil on this vehicle, it is part of the distributor cap, and cannot be replaced as a separate part. on my 97 sebring 2.5L it cost around 350 dollars for the cap and coil a few years ago.
Inside the distributor cap. 3 screwes hold it down. Remove them, pull off the dizzy cap and you will see the coil.
Its the 1st igntion coil. V8 have distrubutors which is kinda the same your spark plug wires hook up to them.
Yes, it is on the front passenger side corner of the engine.
A 97 Geo Metro that cranks but gets no spark is not getting enough power to the ignition coil or the coil itself is bad. The coil use the 12 volts of power provided by the battery and alternator to generate a very powerful spark.
I understand it is by the coil. You have to remove the dog house, the coil is on the right side of the engine if you were sitting in the drivers seat.
Where is the ignition module 97 explorer
is there spark through the wires to the plugs?
Remove the dog-house, drill out the rivets holding the original ignition coil, replace coil using bolts or new rivets. Before changing I would test it, not a common failed part. Though the distributor gear is a very common wear item on these vans, I would check that. Also might be cheaper to replace the distributor instead of just the gear.
Take it to your mechanic. Pay $700-$1000. Drive away with new clutch.
change the injectors you could have plugged injectors.
Do you mean the electrical ignition switch or the cylinder lock and key..?
This is for a 97 Blaazer but it is the same procedure as I used it to replace the switch in my own 97 Bravada.
Could be a weak ignition coil Check for fuel and spark
Try checking the ignition coil #2. Also check the spark plug and its wire.
Note: Cyls Compresion is perfect, sparks, spark plugs, ignition coil, all is fine You have an ignition coil at rear of plenum. trace wires back to it...it is bad! Replace it and you should be fine!
AS far as I have found the coil is not serviced separately.AS far as I have found the coil is not serviced separately.
Hey, I have been reading that it is most likely the ignition coil that went out. I have the same problem and just ordered a new ignition coil... you should try that...is an easy fix