Check the spark plug wires for a loose connection or a crack. Sometimes a spark plug wire will work well until internal engine pressures get high, which causes the spark plugs to develop a little extra internal resistance. When that happens the spark can jump through a crack in the wire. Also, check the distributor cap and rotor if they weren't replaced on the tune-up.AnswerThe distributor cap, rotor, igniton lead set (including the lead to the coil) have all been replaced. The problem doesn't occur all the time when engine is warmed up, never when the engine is cold. Any ideas?
ThxMalcolmAnswerI have solved the problem myself, but for those of you who have experienced a similar issue, you will want to look at replacing the Oxygen sensor. As i ahd repalced the sensor 3 years ago, I didn't think it was the culpurit. It was a Bosch after-market item. My parts guy recommended NTK (made by NGK) O2 sensors for Japanese cars. I did the work this past weekend and the car is back to running normally.
There seems to be a problem with the wiring if these things work occasionally. Run a diagnostics on the wiring from the fuse box.
Had the same problem with my Grand Prix, ended up that the ignition switch had to be replaced. Hope this helps.
Bad ignition coil will cause engine to sputter and hesitate on acceleration.
It is HIGH ENERGY IGNITION. There isn't any points or condenser as they are replaced with an ignition module.
you need a new onr they do this occasionally and then need to be replaced
the ignition timing does not get replaced on 87 dodge.
The ignition is shot - just replaced mine $315.00.
did you have your ignition coil replaced? the signs are that the ignition coil is overheating thus you are able to restart after an hour, when the coil cools. also check if your ignition coil has a resistor. if it has, have it checked for continuity. did you have your ignition coil replaced? the signs are that the ignition coil is overheating thus you are able to restart after an hour, when the coil cools. also check if your ignition coil has a resistor. if it has, have it checked for continuity.
This could be a bad ignition switch, ignition relay, or ignition fuse.
check the ignition switch , it might be bad and may need to be replaced.
you can take it to be replaced it has a recall on them
Because your catalytic converter is clogged, and must be replaced! $$$$$
Why is Infinity G20 1995 occasionally not starting. I have to put it in neutural to start.
Check your fuel filter before spending money on other troubleshooting procedures. Had the same problem, it would idle fine but about 4000 rpm or heavy exceleration it would start to jerk. so i replaced my cam sensor. Fuel constriction, ignition parts corroded, wet spark plugs. I had this problem caused by a corroded connection on the high-voltage side of the ignition coil. Carburetors could have a failing acceleration pump.
tumbler has slipped. hit key with mallet . but ignition keylock will soon have to be replaced
I'd call a locksmith. The ignition wil probably have to be drilled and replaced.
You'd have to describe the components you replaced. Did you use a plug and go all in one distributor or did you replace the coil, distributor, and add an electronic ignition unit? If you "fried" your ignition, it's likely you fried something else along the line too. Check all your components.
I have 2008 and had same problem the ignition had to be replaced was really fast less than an hour they did it.
its not your ignition its your crankshaft sensor that's the same problem i had.
you need to re-do the timing of the ignition system. the other possibility is the ignition is worn out and needs to be replaced.
its is you tachnometer that needs to be reseated or replaced.
Worn key or barrel, do you have a new key you can try it with ? If it still doesn't turn properly you got a worn ignition barrel that has to be replaced
the wires from the ignition switch need to be replaced.
sounds like we are having the same type of issue, I replaced ignition Module and coil pack, and still no spark the last thing to change is the Computer.
Camshaft sensor? Not if you have a distributor. Losing spark on acceleration is easy though. On acceleration, you increase pressure in the cylinders and thus increase the resistance across the plug gap. This, in addition to the resistance is too much resistance for the maximum output voltage produced by the coil, so you've got the following possibilities: 1- worn plugs 2- old plug wires 3- weak ignition coil 4- but less likely, eroded distributor cap and rotor All of these parts will be replaced during a proper tune-up, so just do a tune-up and you'll be OK.