Unbolt the two bolts on either side of the distributor. Disconnect the 2 lower electrical clips. Disconnect the upper clip. Slide distributor out, when re-installing it make sure the distributor "teeth" line up with the slot on the camshaft. Replug everything back in.also make sure it is on top dead centre on compression stroke or the timing will be way out!
it can only fit in one way, take the cap off and turn the rotor button slowly while you push in on the distrubter.
In the tank.
There is none. The coil is inside the distributor.
I believe it is located under the distributor cap. At least that's where it is located on a 1991 dodge colt 1.5 litre.
Check the ignition coil or the "pick up" located inside the distributor
It is not a direct fit.
you need a new distributor, its a very common problem with those cars
unscrew the distributor pull it out about half way with the distributor cap off and turn the rotor clock wise to disired position
under the dash behind the passenger kick panel
this question should be listed under automobile repair
Turn the engine until the #1 plug is at TDC on the compression stroke. Mark the distributor at that location. Install the new distributor and turn until you are at the exact same location. Have the timing checked after you get it started.
Dodge Colt was created in 1970.
Yes , the 1.5 liter 4 cylinder engine in a 1992 Dodge Colt is an interference engine according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etc. )
where is a ignitionmodule in a dodge colt a 1993
this question best served in the automotive section
I have to answer this myself. I had a diagnostic test at a Dodge dealership. It took them a long time to find the fault, but it was in the distributor itself. Rather than pay 800 dollars, I got an auto wrecker employee to get a used distributor and he replaced it for only 120 dollars including parts and labor. Now my Colt doesn't stall anymore.
A ignitor, also known as a spark plug is located by following the wires from the distributor cap which is connected to said ignitor(s)
under radiator on frame rail just to passgr side of cener, facing downward
1989 dodge colt no start;noid light steady bright
Brakes on a Dodge Colt? It would depend on what is wrong with them, what they are doing or not doing.
It may be part of the distributor. Slightly older (1990) model colts have the crank angle sensor and top dead sensor in the distribuor.
changr pick-up coil in distributor