No. The coil provides the spark and the module tells the coil when to spark.
The purpose of a coil pack is to supply the spark to the spark plugs.
You apply 12 volts to the coil primary and then release it . The electricity will go through the secondary coil and spark the spark pug.
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BeCause the COIL makes the SPARK..IF U don't have the CORRECT voltage going 2 the positive side of the coil there will not B any spark.
coil makes enough juice ( Amp) to spark the spark plugs. A faulty spark plug stops the coil to empty all the juices it has made and this makes the coil itself goes bad.
stick it on the spark plug, its a coil on plug stick it on the spark plug, its a coil on plug
Check the coil or coil packs if equipped.
The spark is always blue. If your coil is bad your engine will misfire.
After testing the coil for proper resistance and finding they had the proper values, I swapped them from one side to the other. The coil with no spark still had no spark. A new coil was installed, problem solved.
DEPENDS ON THE YEAR AND MOTOR,DO YOU HAVE SPARK PLUG WIRES?IF NOT,THEN YOU HAVE A SEPERATE COIL FOR EACH SPARK PLUG THAT SITS ON THE TOPS OF THE PLUGS,IF YOU DO HAVE SPARK PLUG WIRES THEN JUST FOLLOW IT FROM THE SPARK PLUG TO THE COIL!HOPE THAT HELPS
you need a new distributor That can be one cause for this, could also be bad ignition coil, coil wire, or even spark plug wires. Test for spark at the coil, then coil wire, then the plug wire.
Perhaps bad coil or coil pak?
If the coil is producing a spark then the HT lead between them is breaking down.
distributes the spark from the coil to the spark plugs
Each spark plug has it's own ignition coil, they are on the spark plug itself. Unplug the ignition coil connector, remove the bolt holding the coil in place, pull the coil off of the spark plug and out of the valve cover. Install the new coil.
I would suspect the coil itself, even with the wire connecting to the distributor cap removed, you should still see a spark from the connector on the coil to the body of the coil itself
No there is not a single spark plug coil wire like on the earlier vehicles. Instead, if you have the 5.4L you will find eight coil packs one on each spark plug. In addition, if you have the 4.6L you will find two coil pack blocks.
check for power at coil if you have power with key on then check for spark comming out of coil and coil wire if you have spark there then make sure distributer rotor is turning by removing cap and cranking over
Trace the spark plug wires they start at the coil and end at the spark plug
Each spark plug has a coil on the top. Just remove the coil.
To check a coil you just need to take out your spark plug but leave it plugged into the coil and ground the spark plug while trying to turn it over. If it is a good strong spark than your coil is fine. If it doesn't spark than unplug the wire going to it and try it again if it doesn't spark than it is a good chance your coil is bad. if it does spark than it is a wire problem. Also make sure that your spark plug is gaped correctly, usually at about 0.030.
A Coil On Plug ignition system has a coil for each spark plug ( the 5.4 L has always been Coil On Plug - C.O.P. ) the newer 4.6 L are now Coil On Plug instead of having 2 coil packs - each coil pack handling 4 engine cylinders / spark plugs and using spark plug wires
On the 5.4L you will find a coil pack on each spark plug. Meaning 8 coil packs for 8 spark plugs.
The spark plugs are located below the 'coil pack' in a hollow tube in the head. You must remove the spark coil retaining screw to access the removal of the soark coil. The reoval with expose the spark plug at the bottom of the hollow tube in the head. The total spark coil is about 6-7" long and when it comes out that is when you will see the spark plug at the bottom of that tube. It sounds difficult to find but once you know it is easy. There is no coil wire(typical spark plug wire) attached to the spark coil. It is fed by a special connector on the side of the spark coil. Look on the side that has the least number of hoses and equipment in the way. Find the top of the spark coil (about 1-3/4-2" in dia) with a wire connected on the side. There is a single small metric bolt holding the spark coil in place. It will not come out until that screw is removed. I hope that this helps. I was lost the first time I looked for it myself. I had the code and wanted to find the spark coil. Good luck