If you're not getting any spark at the plugs, check and see if you're getting power to the distributor. If you are, you might just have a blown fuse for the ECM. It should be a 10 amp fuse (red in color) and should be clearly labeled on your fuse box cover. If it's not, just start pulling fuses one at a time and checking them. I had a similar problem with a Prizm and that's all it was.
That is the correct spelling of the word "igniter" (device or person that initiates a combustion reaction).
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they dont. they spray a vapor in to the cylinder (SFI) and the fuel is igniter by the spark plug
were is the igniter on my maytag range
An igniter is what starts the combustion within the rocket engine so it can take off.
Replace it with a know good one, if that fixes your problem then its the igniter.
Where is the igniter located on a toyota corolla 89 dlx.
The typical igniter is a very thin piece of wire with a blob of pyrogen on the centre.
An "igniter" is a subsidiary electrode in an ignitron system.
I had to replace the igniter on my 1996 Honda Accord it was replaced with an aftermarket device. My question is this going to work as good as the original Honda igniter.It will either work or it will not. It should work just fine.
it is inside your distributor.I have 1994 mx3 an my igniter quit,and i had to replace the whole distributor. not cheap.
The igniter bursts into flame when the circuit is closed, and lights the solid fuel
Check continuity. If it reads open then replace ignitor.
Lighting things on fire.
Igniter plug is used in gas turbine engines for ignition,and may be turned off after once the ignition started in combustion chamber.
Igniter? is your Toyota jet powered? Your coil pack is located on the driver side fender as well as the ignition module.
Igniter is sitting on top of the driver's side fender, inside the engine compartment. Follow the high capacity wire from the distributer to the ignition coil. Four screws attach the ignition coil (cylindrical part) to the igniter (metal, square-shaped item). This could vary depending on the model year. Autozone has an excellent picture of the igniter on their site to help you identify it.
I have the same question.
you flink the switch