inside the distributor cap. there should be 2 sets of plugs that go to your distributor, those plugs go directly into ur ignitions module
You may have messed up the timing when you put on the new distributor cap.
The distributor cap is located where the spark plugs cables are connected .They go from the motor to the distributor cap.
change distributor cap and rotor
The distributor cap is located on the top of the distributor on a 1996 Sunfire. It is connected to the spark plugs via a wire.
There is no distributor cap as there is no distributor. There are 3 coil packs, each coil fires 2 spark plugs simultaneously.
its inside the distributor cap should have two-three plugs going to it, it is about the same size as a domino(black).
coil, distributor, distributor cap, plugs, or wires.
Check your ignition control module, it is located under the distributor cap and your distributor wires connect into. If not this, check the coil again, and maybe even the ECM.
Follow the spark plug wires from the spark plugs. If it has a distributor cap, they will plug into it. It may not have one and have oil packs.
you have 2of the plug wires on the wrong plugs or distributor cap
The spark travels from the coil to the distributor then from the distributor to the plugs. So if you have spark going into the distributor but not coming out to the plugs, I would blame the distributor cap and rotor being at fault.
there is no distributor on a 98 rav. therefore no cap or rotor. replace the plugs and wires and the tuneup is done
whats the motor.....but regardless if you follow the plug wires they lead to the distributor cap. v6 has 6 plug wires.....one to each plug and all of the on the distributor cap.......v8 has 8 plugs with their wires leading from each plug to the distributor cap
The wire in center of distributor cap attaches to coil.
it does not have a distributor cap, it has a coil pack, all you can change is the plugs and wires, just fallow the wires from the plugs back to where they end and theres your coil pack, butch
Some Volkswagen models actually came with a diesel engine. Others have spark plugs located under the distributor cap. Once the distributor cap is removed replace the spark plugs one by one as to not get them crossed.
The 1997 Escort LX 1.9 does not have a Distributor cap.. the plug wires go directly from the coil assembly to the spark plugs.
faulty ignition components. you need a tune up. plugs, cap and rotor,and wires but it is usually caused by a bad distributor cap.
behind the engine you'll see a black circle with 7 plugs coming out of it. that is the distributor cap. take the cap off and you'll see the rotor.
Have you checked all of the High Tension leads from the distributor to the plugs, or just one or two? Same with HT lead from Coil to Distributor, Check Distributor cap for cracks
no spark to plugs
I don't think your car has a distributor cap. I believe it has an electronic ignition and only has an ignition coil to deliver spark to the plugs. Where this is located, I do not know.
check all plugs plug leads distributor points and distributor cap for cracks and wear