Try putting the old coil or a known good coil in to see if you got a bad new coil. Double check that the distributor is installed with the rotor pointing towards the #1 tower when the #1 cylinder is at TDC for compression. Verify that the wires are installed correctly.
...could be allot of reasons why you may not be getting spark, here are some: # no power to ignition coil. faulty ignition. # faulty distributer cap, rotor. # faulty ignition module. # check for start signal from ecm. ...and there is a few more.
I have 1994 GMC 1500 with 305 mother if you cut the wire that comes from your ignition to the coil can it stop you from having fire to your
The 305 Chevy could not fire for several reasons. The crank sensor could be bad, the coil could have failed or there could be a loss of power to the ignition circuit.
For a 305 with a 4brl carb. it would be about 145 hp. For a 305 tbi it produces 215hp from factory. No, a 305 TBI is rated at 185 HP stock.
Check the carborator, fuel pump, fuel filter, fuel pickup tank unit. If all are ok then replace the coil and check test light for power with key on for power to hot side coil. If all else fails call your local garage for an appointment to your 305 cheby.
If it has an HEI distributor (big cap), the coil is on the cap.
well it is the bottom that goes on a ignition coil and it is locoed
you can try new plugs and wires.....unless the coil is bad or you got a cheap (bad) distributor.
There shouldn't be any decrease in power, but you would have a good tranny behind that 305 if you wanted to build it up some.
It's sitting on top of the distributor cap.
if you have a 305 or a 350 the coil is located on top of your destibutor cap. simply pop of the cover and there it is you do not need to take the distributor cap off, to access the coil
I would check the coil tower where the coil wire goes in it and make sure that the areas at the end of the wire and down inside of the coil are clean and shinny. If not then REPLACE coil and wires.If that stuff checks out to be okay, then you will need to replace the distributor cap and rotor. and It will fix your problem.
Yes, but why would you want to? a 350 is a much more reliable, more powerful engine than the 305 which was plagued with problems and had very little power.
try replacing the coil
if you do not have spark you will not have fuel check coil module and ignition pick up coil.
I would replace the ignition module in the distributor.
Is that zero ohms measured in circuit or out of circuit? To get an accurate reading it needs to be out of circuit. Next, which scale did you use on the meter? If you're measuring on the 5k ohm scale, you won't get much useful information about your pickup coil or high voltage coil. On the other hand, if you're getting zero ohms and you're on the right scale, the coil is probably shorted internally.
305 = 24,300,000
It sounds like no spark on your plugs check the power going to your coil if you have that then it could be the ignition module under the rotor,assuming you do have gas in it :)
try replacing the coil.
The 305 & 350 are basically the same engine. The 305 just has a smaller bore(3.736 vs. 4.000), not quite the power or torque, but durability should be almost identical. It is more costy to rebuild a 305 than a 350 due to the popularity of the 350. If power is not an issue then go for the 305 if you can get one cheaper. If you want more power, then a 350 is the way to go.
The 305 HO was the highest power version.
I would suggest checking the outer case of the coil (s) itself. if there is a crack down to the interior portion of the coil (s) any moisture will get in through the crack (s) and might cause what you are experiencing. The moisture corrodes the internal components of the coil.