A short within the relay coil itself.
Different ways to induce current in a coil are as given below:(1) If a magnetic field is changed round a coil then an induced current is set up in the coil. It can be done by taking a bar magnet and bringing it closer to the coil or taking it away from the coil.(2) If a coil is moved in a magnetic field, then again an induced current is set up in the coil.(3) If a coil is rotated in a uniform magnetic field, it may also cause an induced current in the coil.(4) If we take two coils and insert them over a non conducting cylindrical roll then on changing current flowing in one coil, an induced current is obtained in the other coil.CommentYou don't induce a 'current' into a coil; you induce a voltage. If that coil is open circuited, then no current will flow. If, on the other hand, the coil is connected to a load, or its opposite ends short-circuited, then the induced voltage will cause a current to flow. Remember, current will only flow if there is a load, or short circuit, and the value of the current will depend upon the value of the induced voltage and the resistance of the load or short circuit.
When an ignition coil goes bad the car will not run right, or not at all. An intermittent coil will cause shudder, or a jerking motion. When the coil has no output then the cylinder that the coil feeds cant burn the fuel and cause power.
A broken coil spring will cause the effected corner of the vehicle to drop. A broken ignition coil will cause the engine to misfire (coil on plug application) or cease to run.
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That's an interesting problem i would test the coil, if that's not the problem i would check the wires for a short and high restance,
Maybe the coil is not good ?
Temperature can cause damage to the ignition coil. Temperature which is above 150 degrees Celsius can cause a great damage to it.
I have replaced the coil and distributor cap.
You can test the ignition coil on a car by using a multimeter. A bad ignition coil can be the cause of a car not starting.
Most automobiles will not start with a nonfunctioning coil pack. The coil pack will cause the spark plugs not to fire.
Is it possible an electrical problem can cause my engine coil to burn on my Mazda 323
if water is getting on the coil pack. that will cause it to burn out.
Failed coil/plug wire.
I would hazard a guess and say that it is a bad coil.
Yes, the failure ( short ) inside the coil is small enough that the coil still operates at a reduced level.
yes it will
what could cause my 96 Honda to lose all fire to the coil and fuel pump
Condensate blowoff is water that condenses on an evaporator coil, is blown off the coil, and then carried a short distance down the duct by the velocity of the air through the coil.
THE CONNECTOR FOR THE COIL PACS CAN GROUND OUT ON THE INTAKE BOLTS CAUSING A SHORT TO GROUND. AND THE COILS WILL NOT GET POWER. ALSO CHECK THE COIL PACK CONNECTOR. THE PINS LIKE TO BACK OUT CAUSING A BAD CONNECTION . ERIC
Either the coil is bad or the ignition control module is bad.I would think the coil is faulty.
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