You don't. 3rd generation Cavaliers use distributorless ignition. There are 2 coil packs on the D/S of the engine.
The ignition coil for a 2.5l v6 cost about $140.00 in NL . And at least 3 hours labour. My mechanic can't find the ignition coil on my 99 dodge stratus!!
Go to http://autos.msn.com/ and put in geo/prizm... then look up the year of the prizm...1996... click on features and specs. Scroll down, and you'll find the horsepower of a 1.6 liter 1996 geo prizm. I found it to be 100 horsepower.
The ignition module is located under the coil pack. Follow the spark plug wires to find the coil.
You can find ignition coil for a 2001 Blazer on http://www.made-in-china.com/products-search/hot-china-products/Ignition_Coil.html
They are separate The ignition module is on the drivers side fender usually mounted in the middle of an aluminum box with fins on it. The coil is easy to find just follow the center wire on the distributor and you'll find it.
On my 90 740gl it is right next to the ignition coil. It depends on the ignition system used. On a Regina ignition, I think everything is built in the coil (The big square one) The regular round coil is for BOSCH ignition and a separate module is use. NOT SURE, would appreciate confirmation.
under the coil packs and the coil packs are connected to the spark plug wires
Follow the spark plug wires to the rear of the engine and you will find the coil packs.
follow spark plug wires back to other end & that is your coil
All Saturn S-series use DIS (Distributorless Ignition System). Instead of a distributor, it uses coil-packs to create spark. These coil packs fire two cylinders apiece and are controlled by the computer.
No distributor , Coil On Plug ( C.O.P. ) ignition system
cdi unit for lt80 or rotax
On top beside the intake on passenger side of vehical... You can trace coil wire from distributor to find
In your owner's manual you can find a wiring diagram for your ignition coil in your?æ1986 Pontiac. If you no longer have your owner's manual, contact Pontiac and they can send you a new one.?æ
Here is a photo of the ignition coil. It is in the engine compartment against the fire wall. if you find the distributor with 4 wires going to the spark plugs, follow the distributor center wire which plugs into the ignition coil. A new coil is about $150. Good Luck. Sorry, the photo didn't work. Search at "http://www.gprparts.com/OEMParts/vw.asp" for a 1997 Jetta igition coil to see the photo
Suggest you visit your local public library, and find the Chilton's Repair Manual for the 1999 Ford Expedition. They show the wiring diagram for the ignition coil in the Manual.
if you are facing the engine find the water pump and just to the right of that you will see your coil and igntion moduleand the coil has a wire with a boot on it just like a spark plug and the other end is pluged in BEHIND the water pump to the distributor
at coil passanger side of engine
there is no coil on 2004 freestar 3.9L engine. it is only an ignition module and it is located in the back of the engine by the firewall.
go to autozone .com then go to troubleshooting and ignition you will find it there
The ignition lock cylinder on your Geo Prizm typically lasts as long as your car. This handy component makes it easy to start the engine while protecting your vehicle from theft, so it is usually very sturdy. However, like any part, the ignition lock cylinder may wear out and need to be replaced. If you can't activate the starter motor, your electrical components don't work, or the key is wobbly when you insert it, you should have your ignition lock cylinder inspected by a professional. While OEM ignition lock cylinders will be the best fit for your vehicle, compatible aftermarket ignition lock cylinders can be a great value. Having wide options will help you find the best deal on replacement ignition lock cylinders. At Parts Geek, you will find the best selection of OEM, aftermarket, and remanufactured ignition lock cylinders made to the specifications of your Geo Prizm.
Unplug ignition coils one at a time until you find the one that doesn't effect the rpm's.That's the one that's bad.
incorparated in the pcm
In the Haynes Repair Manual for Corolla and Prizm it states that the '98 Prizm has an inline 4 cylinder engine. As you look at the cylinders (spark plugs) from the front of the engine, the cylinders are numbered from left to right 1-2-3-4. The firing order is 1-3-4-2. The coil terminal is on the right and is perpendicular to the cylinders and the terminals are labeled from closest to farthest from you 1-4-3-2. +---+ | 2 | +---------+ 3 | | 1 2 3 4 | 4 | +---------+ 1 | +---+ |(Front of Vehicle)| V V