see my profile see link. click , maintenance then ignition timing. behold
I am assuming you have the 2.0L? If so this is a distributor-less engine with coil over plug ignition. The spark signal comes from the crankshaft position sensor.
try checking youre timing
On the firewall. Upper right, above the exhaust manifold and steering column... Good hunting. PS. you will see a wire very similar to a spark plug wire connecting the ignition coil to the distributor cap... hope this helps..
in the distributor
Inside the distributor
The distributor is located on the rear of the engine next to the firewall on a 2.0 4 cylinder.
Pick up coil?
1-3-4-2 Distributor rotates counterclockwise.
Yes, the 2001 ignition switch for a 2000 Chevrolet Tracker will fit just fine. Other years the switch fits are 1999 to 2004.
To change the ignition lock cylinder in a 2001 Chevrolet Tracker, first disarm the air bag system. Then remove the clock spring assembly to be able to remove the old ignition lock cylinder and replace with a new.
Nope. Body style changed significantly in 1998 when Chevy replaced Geo on the Tracker nameplate. Sorry!
Check your sway bar links. I just had to have these replaced on my 2004 Tracker.
Is you Geo Tracker overheating or the temperature is running almost hot then you need to change you thermostat
It is a Geo Tracker not Chevy Tracker. Firing order is 1-3-4-2AnswerHI, The firing order is 1-3-4-2 and the distributor rotation is clockwise.. If you face the distributor cap as a clock, 1 is at seven o'clock, 3 is at 10 o'clock then 4 then 2. Steve H.
If it's like a 1996 tracker the headlights won't come on unless the parking brake is released or the light switch is on.
This motor has no distributor. It has a coil pack for each spark plug. There is no condenser.
Did you check the Distributor cap chances are either that is on backwards or a fuse went out within the ignition system. I have seen fuses blow during replacing these items do to arcing the system but it is not proven but check the firing sequence of the distributor cap usually there is a number 1 on the first cylinder and from there you have to look more into depth on how the firing order according to the cylinders is arranged on the distributor itself hope this will help
O-Boy !! The engine has electronic ignition. *** NO POINTS ***
top rear center , ive answered 2 times now. see my profile.
Locate the distributor and mark where timing is set at. Loosen the 3 bolts holding the distributor in place. Disconnect any wiring. Pull off the o-ring and install the new one.
depends on years storm and tracker are more closely related call parts house and compare part numbers
ignition timing or cam timing. see my profile for link. answers both.
e is for the exaust stroke......i is for ignition stroke......i is the one you are looking for
could be a clogged injector, a bad coil or a bad hall-effect switch in the distributor