'Where is ignition coil 2 in a 1998 Nissan maxima'?
No, what you have to do is buy a front coil and a rear coil because the two are slightly different. If you have a scan tool, you can interchange the front and rear coils until the 1320 ignition code is gone.
Probably the number two ignition coil. Also check the spark plug and the wiring to the coil.
there is no distributor on a 2000 maxima, each cylinder has its own ignition coil with a approx, six inch lead going to the spark plug, ft. 3 coils are located under the nameplate on the ft. side of engine and the back three are located between the air plum
under the coil
4 cylinder, it is on the top of the valve cover. 6 cylinder, it is inside the distributor and is not serviceable.
Bad ignition coil? Common problem each cylinder has it own coil located at the top of the spark plug
Each cylinder has it's own ignition coil on the 5.3. The coil is mounted on the valve cover in line with the spark plug and wire for each cylinder. Voltage ultimately comes to the coils from the PCM through the cam shaft timing sensor.
if it is a dohc engine then you may have to remove the intake manifold
The ignition coil is built inside the distributor on a 2000 Chrysler Sebring 2.5L.
Indeed, cylinder #4 is located in the middle closest to the radiator when facing the engine, logically the coil is located in the same spot. You will have to remove the cover to have access to the coil, you should also replace all the spark plugs once your at it if you haven't done so. I don't know why Nissan doesn't recall this problem since it is very common an all V6 3000 engines, specially on the 2000 models. I had to replace cylinder coil #5 on my maxima.
* Disconnect the negative battery cable * Disconnect the ignition coil electrical connector * Remove the the coil mounting screws and pull the coil up with a twisting motion
Separate ignition coils for each cylinder. Commonly known as direct ignition.
the ignition coil is located under the top cover that says 2.4 quad
If you see no center coil wire connector then the coil is mounted inside the distributor. If there is a center coil wire connecter then follow the coil wire and it will go to the coil.
Some Mercedes has the ignition coil together with the spark plug. I mean, one ignition coil feed directly one cylinder and with a wire another one. So, if the engine has 6 cylinders there are 3 ignition coils.
ignition what? coil, swicth,module, lock cylinder? gm Jim
The ignition coil is attached the cylinder 1. It's a metal box that the spark plug is attached to. On the 2.0L engine, there are two coils mounted in the cylinder head atop the engine.
When an ignition coil goes bad the car will not run right, or not at all. An intermittent coil will cause shudder, or a jerking motion. When the coil has no output then the cylinder that the coil feeds cant burn the fuel and cause power.
Find out why it is missing. Bad plug, plug wire, injector, etc. if its not plugs wires or coil it could be ignition modular its under the coil packets
Replace the coil.
Yes, a bad coil will prevent the ignition from firing and the engine will not start.
there is no such thing as an exhaust coil. the ignition coil is the cylinder shaped thing that has a spark plug wire running to the center of the distributor cap