You dont have coil paks on these cars they use a coil and distributer
I'd check the coil. These cars often have bad coils and will run properly when cold and then when the coil heats up the car dies. Good luck.
check the pickup coil. that was the prob
Check the coil, rotor, condenser, distributor cap, and coil wire.
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Check coil! Check coil!
The coil is inside. Check to see if the filter is dirty as well. To clean the coil you must remove the front panel to the evap coil. If you have a flat coil you must slide the coil out to clean it. If you have an A coil, take off the plate on the front of the coil and you should be able to visually inspect the coil. It is important that you do not mash the dirt into the coil fins.
The ignition coil is really easy to check. To check the ignition coil spin the engine over at around 250 RPM and watch for a spark in the tester window.
There are four steps on how to check a coil in a 185 Suzuki 4 wheeler. One way to check the coil in a 185 Suzuki 4 wheeler is by purchasing a OHM meter.
Check your coil with an inline spark tester. If no spark to the distributor check for power to the coil. If power to the coil but no spark then coil is bad. If coil is sparking the problem is in the distributor. If no power to the coil trace back the wiring to the power source (battery voltage) Check the points to make sure they're gaped properly & not burned or corroded. Check cap & rotor while you're in there also. while the cap is off turn it over and check to see if the rotor (shaft) is turning.
older cars would be the distributer and coil. Newer cars have coil for each spark plugs the spark plug wire plug directly into coil then check starter and battery coil should get spark when starting car older cars would be the distributer and coil. Newer cars have coil for each spark plugs the spark plug wire plug directly into coil then check starter and battery coil should get spark when starting car. New comment. Most now if not all modern cars with spark ignition engines have an ignition system which is computer controlled. When you suspect a fault with the ignition system the first thing to do is plug a code reader into the diagnostic socket. If you have not got one, contact a garage for advice. The codes normally start with PO3XXX, there are a vast array of codes, so it is not worth writing them here otherwise a book would be written? Modern vehicle electronics don't like voltmeters either, the signals generated cannot always be investigated by these old methods? Most diagnostics are now carried out using a Lab Scope, this is essencially a visual voltmeter, but can pick up signals which a voltmeter would miss. With a modern ignition system the DIY are limited to checking and changing ignition components, if this does not solve the problem, then professional advice will need to be sought. Check in this order, plug wire - distributor - coil - power coming to the coil .
A coil pack can be checked for continuity and resistance with an ohm meter. But for heat or load failure the only way to check a coil pack is to replace it.
Check your Ground (negative) cable to the block. Also check the grounding of the coil to the block.
It sounds like the Camry has lost power to the coil. Check the wiring from the coil to the power, and check the coils ground circuit. Either of these can cause the problem.
It is front suspension.
No input voltage to the coil or the coil is bad. Check the distributor for issues and the wires.
Check the ignition control module (autozone) and check coil resistance. After that not sure I have same problem with new icm and new coil.
The ignition coil would only affect the spark to the spark plug(s).
auto zone will check your codes for FREE. if you have a bad coil pack they will tell you.
Check the coil, coil wire, rotor, and distributor cap.
If the reason you want to check the coils is because of a check engine misfire code swap the coil with a coil from another cylinder, clear the codes, drive if the check engine light comes back on see if the code follows the coil you moved. If so replace the coil.
check the pick up coil on the left side cover of the engine they have a stator and a little box that's the pickup coil check if its damage or the ignition coil
You can check it by connecting one wire from the coil to any ground and one wire from the coil to 12 volts, the clutch coil will energize and pull the front hub to the clutch surface.........
Check the coil, as that is where the spark comes from.
check the fuses some cars have them under the hood as well as in the car Check ignition coil or coils Check to see if battery is grounded ok Dead battery? Bad battery cable? Check and clean all battery cables.