bad crank shaft position sensor
if you are not getting spark in your coils iti could be the crankshaft sensor im not a mechanic lol but i have the same problem with mine im trying to find out how to install the sensor i replaced the coils and the ignition module and still no spark
no. a hammer is a good way to fix it
http://www.rebuiltautoengines.com/ford-ranger-articles.html You can get it all here with detailed pics of cylinders and coils
I would replace the ignition module in the distributor.
Your coils make the high voltage needed to arc a spark across the plug gap. Take out each plug in turn and earth it against the engine block, if there is a bright blue spark when you turn over the engine the coils are good, if it is yellow your condenser is at fault. If spark is good your timing could be out.
8 coils16 spark plugs8 coils16 spark plugs
The coils are bolted to the side of the engine, The spark plugs are under the coils, NO PLUG WIRES. unbolt the coils and use A spark plug socket.
have you replaced and or tested both coils? are you getting no spark on the intake and the exaust sides?
1995 ford ranger 4wd cranks over but no spark, replaced crank sensor Check battery power to coil connector, if that is good coil can be tested w/multimeter.
Change the coils they should be two black blocks on top of the engine..the coils could have gone bad.
It depends on the type of ignition system you have. Some have ignition coils at each spark plug, or coils for each plug away from the plug, or coils for every 2 plugs, or a single coil for all plugs. So the coil could be bad, or perhaps simpler the spark plug wire could be bad, or a bad spark plug. If you have a distributor it could be the cap or the signal rotor. There are other possibilities including the Electronic Control Unit, and electromagnetic interference (not likely).
did you check to make sure the spark plug wells did not have oil in them? If they do then you need to get the valve cover gasket replaced. The oil covering the spark plug will cause it to misfire. But don't worry. You didn't waste any money. Once the coils begin to misfire they are usually dead afterward. Do make sure though that they do a complete replacement as the actual valve cover gasket is not the issue. The real issue is the grommets. If you do it yourself you will have to go to the Ford dealership to get the kit.
They are under the coils.They are under the coils.
have u checked spark plug wires, ignition coils, timing,spark plugs or had it hooked to a reader?
yes and no did not changed fuel filter
Two coils two spark plugs are under the coils and the other two are next to the coils
check coils stator and all connections test procedure check coils stator and all connections test procedure
Assuming you mean no spark at the spark plugs; check for spark at the coil - if you have spark, then remove the distributor cap and check the rotor and contacts for corrosion. If you don't have spark at the coil, then either the coil is bad or you have a broken wire in the system. (Coils seldom go bad but there is always that possibility). Hope this helps.
well there could be a number of reasons that it would do that if you have coils it could be a fuse but it could also be a timing belt
The ignition module is under the ignition coils The coils are bolted to the frt of the transmission housing. Follow the ignition wires to the coils The coils are bolted to the module underneath The module control spark to the spark plugs. It sends the required signal to the coil as to when to fire t then fires and "sends" the spark through the ignition wire to the spark plug
A 2000 Concorde does not have plug wires. There are individual coils on each spark plug.A 2000 Concorde does not have plug wires. There are individual coils on each spark plug.
You unplug, unbolt and remove the coils. The plugs are under the coils.
There are few things that can cause a car to not have any spark. The spark plugs may need to be replaced, the cables may need to be replaced, the battery could be drained or the starter may need to be changed.
what is the correct fireing order for each indiviual coil pack to each spark-plug, i need to know if i have the spark-plug wires connected to the coils in the right spot, and to the right coil