You need fuel, spark & timing as the basics to start your motor. (there are other factors, but you need to look at the basic 3)
1.Check to see if you have fuel coming out of both injectors into the throttle body.
2. Check to see if you have spark. This is usually done with a spark tester
3. Once you have verified fuel & spark 100%, then you need to look at timing.
change distributor cap and rotor
When you replaced the plugs, did you check the compression? Did any of the plugs look different than the others? Low compression in one cylinder can cause misfiring. But then, so can a faulty distributor cap.
You don't. It has a D.I.S. ignition system and has no distributor or rotor. There are three coils mounted over spark plugs under coil pack cover (center top of motor) Each coil fires 2 pistons. They are not replaced as a tune up item. They are only replaced if faulty. Spark plugs should be replaced every 15,000 miles.
(Magnetic pick-up) Inside the Distributor.
try checking youre timing
there is no distributor on a 98 rav. therefore no cap or rotor. replace the plugs and wires and the tuneup is done
check and see if u have a hole in your muffler
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Remove the bolts that hold the distributor cap onto the distributor. Once this is off the rotor can be reached and replaced on a 1994 Acura Integra.
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.
If you have spark at all but one plug, the problem is with that plug, wire, cap or rotor.
try to get a new ignition rotor
I would recommend checking for codes before you do anything else.
no spark to plugs
Distributor and rotor.Distributor and rotor.
A typical distributor will have constant power. As the rotor is turned, the power is sent to the spark plugs.
distributor cap and rotor
Remove the distributor cap and rotor and you will see it. It is the only thing that's in that distributor. It will have electric wires pluged into it.
On a car with a distributor: cap, rotor, plugs and wires On a car with coil packs: plugs and wires
Check the coil, coil wire, rotor, and distributor cap.
Bad coil, rotor, distributor cap?
The ignition module is located in the distributor under the rotor, it plugs in.
Check the timing and the pointsAnswerWhen you change the plugs and cap and wires you have to make sure you get the right wires to the right plugs that's usally the probelm is that the wires don't get put back with the right plugs. AnswerMake sure the before you remove the rotor note which way rotor is pointing and make sure that you install the new rotor pointing in the same direction. The it should wok if you haven't removed the distributor. If you don't remember which way the rotor was pointing just try switching the rotors position. Note: Not all distributor rotors can be mounted in different ways and some only mount one way.
check vaccum lines for leaks,or your valves could need adjusting.
I have a 98 Suburban with the 5.7 vortec V8. The cam sensor is in the distributor. Remove the cap and rotor to get to the sensor. Hope this helps.