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Will the coil stop a car from cranking?


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2005-02-13 12:06:13
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indeed it can it could a stop the car from cranking or b not send enough power to the coil, coil packs or ecu and in some cases the fuel pump relay all of which would cause the car not to start.

this question makes no sense ? i assume you mean prevent the car from cranking??? if so then no. a bad fuel pump may stop the car from running or starting but it should not stop it from cranking. a bad fuel pump relay could stop the car from cranking but that would depend on the year make and model of your car.

mines stop cranking because of a blown head

When cranking, the ballast resistor is bypassed to give a hotter spark. If during cranking you do not have power at the coil, but when the key is turned to run you do; there is a problem with the bypass circuit (sometimes it comes from the starter motor solenoid wire)

dead battery, no spark / bad coil, bad plugs bad wires. no fuel / bad fuel pump / fuel rail.

The starter would still crank the engine but the engine will fail to run.

coil could be damp it should stop after you run for awhile

You can test the ignition coil on a car by using a multimeter. A bad ignition coil can be the cause of a car not starting.

when cranking the engine the battery voltage should not fall below 9.6volts if so replace battery

i have a diagram for the car coil fence

cold cranking amps is the rating on a car battery- the higher the number of cca the stronger the starting power of the battery

Perhaps bad coil or coil pak?

Well, it could be, but you need to tell us which car and which coil for a better definitive answer.

without the spring coil the electricity will not be supplied to the ignition of the car.

A coil pack is a very common auto part. You can purchase a coil pack for your specific car model directly from your car dealer or independent car parts supplier like Parts Source.

you have the ignition coil wired wrong you need to have 12v during crank and after to. sounds to me you have it hooked up so when your cranking it over its cutting out the 12v its like when you start your car and the radio shuts off till your done cranking it over well that what happens when you wire you coil up wrong... It has a bypass to the ignition that gives the coil 12 volts when starting and goes to about 8 volts when running. The bypass wire is not conected or broken

It will give a hotter spark when cranking if the coil gets full battery voltage while the starter is engaged.

That's actually the preferred method. You hook up the jumper cables and attempt to start. If the car does not start immediately, you stop cranking and you start the other car, let the other car charge the first car for a bit, and then retry with the other car idling.

Volts, amp hours an cold cranking amps.

Its In The Boot Of The Car And Should Be On The Side

A broken coil spring will cause the effected corner of the vehicle to drop. A broken ignition coil will cause the engine to misfire (coil on plug application) or cease to run.

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

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