You probably need either the ignitor or an ignition module. Both are available in the aftermarket industry.
my 1993 accord doesnt have spark
7mgte doesnt have a distributor. it has coil packs. only 7mge has distributor
Try changing your ignition coil....they're a common problem with hondas.
the Nissan sentra doesnt carry a distributor cap everything is electrycal i hope i helped
A 92 doesnt have a distributor just coil packs
it doesnt have a distributor cap. it has a coil pack AND...the coil packs are located under the cover on top of the engine.
If it has a distributor it doesnt have a crank position sensor. The magnetic pickup in the distributor is what you would be looking for. The module is either on the side of the distributor or on the firewall against the drivers inner fender.
If you suspect that there is no ignition spark, have the ICM tested, it's a little device that's inside the distributor and causes the coil to send a spark to the plugs. However!!! Don't replace parts without having them tested first!
Because there is the same pressure on both sides of the glass.
it doesnt That is really bad answer
It means they are dead.
they probably changed th URL or it doesnt xist
If free will doesnt exist, the future is predetermined and cannot be changed.
Because the air pressure INSIDE the can is the same as the air pressure OUTSIDE the can !
No. It doesnt have a distributer. Its A D.I.S. set up. (Distributerless Ignition System).
doesnt matter very much
Bad oil pressure sending unit?
it is over 8600 gvw I solved the po\roblem myself first the ignition module tested bad replaced it ran better but it still died after warming up so i changed the pickup in the distributor and now it doesnt die any more
How has technology changed in the last 5 years articles This doesnt help u now does it :)
because air pressure on earth is suitable to support life, while on a planet like venus the air pressure is high enough to crush you
it doesnt have one!!!!
I Believe that it is hot but it doesnt melt because of pressure
it doesnt it just boils it faster.
try changing your coil as well as your secondary coil make sure there is gas and spark drive safe
Because the ignition system consists of a lot more parts than just the coil. check the distributor and plug wires. make sure the coil is hooked up right. if you changed the coil, and it didn't fix it, the coil probably wasn't the problem.