Typical of most newer engines, the coil either is used to fire two plugs simutaneously, or each plug will have it's own coil. We will try the first.
A four cylinder engine has a typical firing order of 1342. If you split the running mates you end up with 14,& 32. The engine will have two coils, each with two high tension wires coming out and going to the repective plugs. So, that means one coil pack will operate cylinders 1&4, while the other will go to 3&2.
The other method with the plugs having it's own coil, the primary wires should be in a loom together at different lengths, and it would be hard to get them confused.
I solved the problem by looking how the leads are connected on a Peugeot 205. This has the same transistorised distributor. The firing order is 1 3 4 2 Where Plug 1 is on the RHS looking into the engine from the front and Plug 4 is on the LHS. Plug 1 connects to the Top LH Connector on the distributor (again looking from the front) Plug 2 connects to the Bottom LHS connector. Plug 3 connects to the bottom RH connector and Plug 4 connects to the top RH connector.
How do you replace the spark plugs on a Peugeot 307?
the spark plugs on a 106 should be in the top of the engine on earlyer models you should see 4 leads conected to them. a later model may not have ignition leads but a sort of ignition pack on top of the engine. the plugs would be under this.
on the engine
Change one at a time. Pull out the ignition lead and then get a 10mm spark plug socket. Unscrew and then screw in the plug fingertight. When its finger tight, tighten 1/2 a turn. Push the ignition lead back in and repeat on the rest of the plugs.
disconnect it - jump the plugs at the ignition - fuse unit out off you go - or take 2/4 3/4 and short out the bti unit
check plugs or coil packs..
No, spark plugs do not cause ignition in diesels. The fuel compression causes ignition
your coil is most likely gone
all automotive plugs are electronic ignition now,unless you have a 73 or older with points. newer plugs have a wider gap than older plugs.and last longer.
The ignition module is located in the distributor under the rotor, it plugs in.
On top of the spark plugs.