Is this a conventional coil, a hei coil, or a coil over each plug?? need more info, but is has a wire, hold approximately 1/4 inch from ground and see if archs, if High Energy coil, hold plug wire about 1/4 in from ground and see if fires, if coil over plug individualy, not sure how to check them. good luck
sounds like we are having the same type of issue, I replaced ignition Module and coil pack, and still no spark the last thing to change is the Computer.
Okay it break down like this; 1, the ignition. coil. 2, trigger or ignition module, 3 spark plug wire, 4 spark plug. You dident ask how it works. Wanna Know? I'm kolher. The primary system is the the low voltage side, points, ignition module, primary side of ignition coil and ignition switch. The secondary windings of the coil, coil wire, distributor cap, rotor, spark plug wires and spark plugs are parts of the secondary system.
firewall 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 front of Ford F-150 ( with the Coil On Plug ignition system )
ANSWERWhat do you need to know about the coil ignition wires? we can't help unless we know what the problem is lol be just a little more specific
The car may misfire or not accelerate properly
i dont know can u tell me
They told me that i needed to replace the ignition coil on my 2004 Suzuki Verona, my question is how do i know which to change because i just found out the are 6 of them. Do i have to replace them all?
MY NAME IS antonio Ballard .I need to know .Where the #5 ignition coil is located in the to fix it
We need to know what engine it has to answer that question.
Need to know the firing order for a 1989 Olds 88 and the corresponding numbers on the ignition coil pack
It would REALLY HELP to know the year. Could be these things. Ignition module in distributer, pick-up coil in distributer, Bad COIL wire, Rotor button. Depending on the year 1996 and up it could be a CAM sensor, CRANK sensor, Ignition coil, ignition module.
Need to replace ignition coil "D" for my 2000 GMC Sierra 5.3. Need to know which coil is coil D. Thank you, Adam
First thing is to make sure you have fire (spark) at the spark plugs. If not change the ignition coil.
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if your car don't start in hot weather or after a long run.
As far as i know, it is Not possible to use a ebi for energizing a usual tesla coil.
I don't think your car has a distributor cap. I believe it has an electronic ignition and only has an ignition coil to deliver spark to the plugs. Where this is located, I do not know.
you can ohm it out from primary to secondary. I usually do a good close up inspection of it . Look for cracks in rubber or sooty looking marks usually on back side for shorting to ground. If you suspect a bad ignition coil, or coil pack , replace it at Autozone.
Go to AutoZone have them rear your codes for FREE. This way you will know which Coil Pack is goig bad / or is bad. If you have a 4.6L you will have only 2 Big Coil Packs. If you have the 5.4L you will have 8 Coil Packs , One coil pack for each cylinder.
The correct name for the coil that leads to the spark plug is an ignition coil. If you go to a parts store and ask for anything else they will not know what you are talking about.
Exactly the same thing that would cause an ignition miss in any other engine. The question becomes, "how do you know that it's an ignition miss as opposed to a possible burned valve?" If you're certain it's caused by ignition, check the plugs, cap, wires and the ignition pickup assembly. have replaced HEI coil button in cap module plugs wires and new carb still have high rpm popping?
The 1992 Rangers have a distributorless electronic ignition system and if the ignition coil packs are an issue the resistance of them can be checked with an ohm meter to tell if they are OK.
Bad idle, lack of power. Vehicle may shake or vibrate at idle.
when the hall effect and ignition module are good, the injectors and coil no work maybe this sensor is bad