The pick up coil is located at the base of the distributor and plugs into the ignition module. The pick up coil's purpose is to sense or "pick up" the pulses of the distributor and tell the ignition module when to fire the spark plugs. The most critical part of the replacement of the pick up coil is to make certain you properly mark the orientation of the distributor to the engine block and the rotor to the distributor base. When you successfully make these markings, you will not need to check your timing when this job is finished.
Two Pick-Ups In One Did you know:A humbucking pick-up is a pick-up that has 2 single coil pick-ups put together.
Replace the ECU.
you must remove the distributor, disassemble unit and replace pick up coil
well if you truck have a coil pack you would have to replace the hold pack but if they a indviseual you can replace each one if thay are seprate it will cost a bout 100 apiece
Replace the pick up coil it's inside the distributor. This may fix it.
Cam sensor is inside the distributor under pick-up coil. Some say whole distributor has to come out to replace, some have snuck it out by removing pick-up coil.
Take off the old one, put the new one on.
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Is it a brand new distributor ? If not then replace the module and pick-up coil in the distributor that you have.
remove the distributor cap remove the screws that attach the pick coil to the base of the distributor and replace in reverse order
Usually it's inside the distributor, depending on the kind of ignition used.
Are you sure the pick up is good? If your not sure replace it. You can check the ohms on the pick up coil they should be between 500 and 1500. Check the rotor button for a hole burnt in it. Check the coil and coil wire. WHAT THE HECK R U PPLS TALKING ABOUT???
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
Yes you do. You have to take the distributor shaft out of the distributor to Remove the pick-up coil / stator.
Perhaps a bad coil? I have a 1986 ford club wagon 150-302 with fuel injection. It turned out that the pick up coil in the distributor was bad and I had to replace the distributor. Not an easy job.
if the coil is on the distributor cap,remove cover then disconnect wires from the coil and remove coil. if coil is on engine then loosen the bolt and remove from coil mount
Rotor Pick-up coil
Ignition coils are generally external while pick up coils are generally internal to distributor
could be.... coil ... coil wire or... pick up coil.. not working
remove the distributer, remove the roll pin holding the drive gear onto the distributer shaft, remove the distributer drive gear, remove the shaft from the distributer to gain access to and remove the stator(pick-up coil). Replace the stator, and reassemble everything.
96 gmc does not have a pick up coil but the coil is monted to the intake removed by two bolts pick up is in the dis. removed by pulling the dis. then by taking a part
In the distributor.
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if you're refering to the ignition pick up coil, then it's inside the distributor. you need to remove the distributor, dismantle, replace the coil, and reinstall the distributor. if you aren't mechanically inclined, then don't bother trying. you need to do certain prep work, have a timing light, know how to rebuild a distributor, and reinstall it to specs.
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