The crank sensor would definitely cause no spark. As for the no power to the injector it might actually be the ignition controll module(as odd as it may seem). I was just talking to a mechanic freind due to a simalar problem on an `88 Grand AM (no spark and no signal voltage at the injector)and he said that If the ignition module goes that it shuts down fuel delivery too. you out.
I would check your spark plug first, then I would go to the injector. This happend to me and it was the injector.
Start with the battery. Without its power there is no spark. From there you go to the coil. Then go to the distributor and finally to the plugs. Check your plug wires also.
either not enough gas or spark or... i had the clutch sticking once. it would go but not really bad clutch
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could be bad spark plug bad plug wire bad cap bad rotor bad injector just check the plug try switching the wire from three with another if it then misses on same cylinder then pull cap and rotor and check for any burnt spots other than where spark should be sparkin if there are repace cap and rotor if none then its the injector try switching injectors to make double shure its the injector before you go buy a costly part if not the injector take it in
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you would have to ck to see if the coil wire has spark pull off cap and put near part of engine and see if has plenty of spark
fuel injector's ; air filter ; fuel filter . one of these would be first thing's 2 look at. injector's can be taken out an cleaned most of the time. Greatfully your's will
how would you go about changing the spark plugs in a 1999 Lexus ES 300?
The cause is almost always an ignition system issue, cyl #2 is most likely getting no spark!When these ignition components go bad, they can cause misfires:Spark plugs, spark plug wires, and distributor; cap, rotor, coil(s), ignitor etc.It is also possible that the fuel injector for cyl #2 is not spraying!
if the car is chugging (petrol) it means the combustion is not happening, it would either be problem from the source of electric power to the spark plugs, or the spark plugs itself might be faulty, to diagnose them check if the battery is having good charge at least 11 volts, then check the condenser, point condensers, then spark pulg change whatever is necessary after diagnosing and you are ready to go
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