i would check to see if your getting spark right off of the coil pack the easiest thing would be to go by one of those $2 spark testers. disconnect the plug wire from the coil pack one at a time so you dont forget what wire goes where, put one end of the tool on the coil and the other end on the plug wire. go start your car and youll be able to see if your getting spark. youll have to do that 6 times. I have a 94 GTP with the 3.4L Hope this helps
Need to know what part you are trying to fit.
if you have the manual you should know
The jeep will start and run for appox 10 miles then it dies, until it cools off The coil will stop Firing,I have a 94 Grand Cherokee, that did the same thing to me I replaced the coil still happen It was the pcm put it on the computer before it leave you on the side of the road.
I know you have to remove the upper intake but how difficult is this?
I don't know,but who cares anyway? I mean Really!
the teeth on the flywheel will be missing or damaged when you rotate it around.
To know the direction of the torque acting on the coil, whether the coil is vertical or horizontal, you will compare the direction of the magnetic force or its rotation to the direction of the coil. If the coil is vertical and the magnetic force is in the direction of the coil rotation, then the direction of the torque will be the same.
If you know the coil is good then the Igniter is bad. It is right below the coil.
I know my Jeep GC has "coil on plug" ignition, so there aren't traditional spark plug wires, just low voltage.
Need to know what the size of the wire is in the coil and the physical diameter of the coil.
You will need a new head gasket if you see engine coolant in the oil. I don't know about the thermostat.
A misspelled word could be said to be damaged, for exaple. I don't know how the package got damaged!
I have a 97 cavalier with a 95 engine and i had to replace the whole ignition module and the coil packs are 1/4 and 2/3 that's how they are numbered on the coil packs so 2 coil packs but make sure you know which one isn't firing to replace them and u will have to replace you spark plugs after that.
if its flat or bald
You get a manual (instruction book ) for that vehicle and check it out. Wrong connections can cause severe damage to the engine.
Lt133 lawn tractor will not fire is coil bad
careful if you do not know never turn engine over next to coil be advised
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You know that each 'wrap' or turn of wire in the coil has to go all the way around the coil-form, and you know how to calculate the distance around a circle. So all you have to do is count the number of times the wire goes around the coil, measure the coil's diameter, calculate its circumference, and multiply that by the number of turns in the coil.
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does anyone know how to change a coil on a 2003 jetta volkswagon and is it hard thx
I don't know if the 2003 have 2 coil packs. But I do know my old 1998 ford expedition XLT (4.6L) Had two coil packs in front on the engine. One on each side of the block.
It is important to know the symptoms of a bad car part. The symptoms of a coil going bad would be having a trouble starting and running the car, the coil getting hot, and poor fuel economy.
Someone please help me!!! I have a 1995 dodge neon, and first it was just jerking, and I was told that it was misfiring. Now it is stalling out. I got it scanned before it started stalling, and they said to get a new ignition coil, so I did that, and it is still doing that. I don't know what to do.