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Will not start no live feed to the coil but no physical connection problem

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Overheated due to waterpump as far as i can tell did start again then i left it to cool down and wouldnt start again

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When did it last run? did it stall or jsut not start one day?

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2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4.7 liter code reads p0307 turn the car off when I turn it back on started misfiring and sputtering and wont stay started now help


code p 0307 is misfiring on no 7 cylinder ====causes --- engine mechanical fault ---wiring---ignition/ fuel system--injector --ECT/MAF sensor---ECM
look for low fuel pressure or ignition control module

May 31, 2016 | 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo

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Why car my car start?


No spark? Then there is probably no signal to trigger the spark. Possible causes:
1) Cam position sensor.
2) Crank position sensor (you replaced it)
3) Coils (already replaced)
3) Wiring and connections to and from coils (bad grounding points or bad live feeds)

Suggestion: Stop the guessing and spending with "probable" causes. Have the car scannned for error codes and start from scratch according to error codes.

Apr 26, 2014 | Hyundai Motor 2004 Sonata

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AFTER REPLACING THE CYLINDER HEAD SUFFER FROM NO START


hi Q1 : this could be the ignition coil relay not giving you any spark at the plugs, when you turn the ignition on do you hear a click of sorts? if not locate your fuse box and find the ignition coil relay and give it a tap if it does not click when you turn ignition on, then its faulty and needs replacing also you need to check the live feed to the coil packs and see if you are getting any voltage to them, Q2 fuel pump, numerous things could stop this working, does your vehicle have a factory fitted immobiliser? or one that has been fitted? this could be the fault with the fuel pump + ignition also, has your vehicle got an emergency fuel cut off switch? ( some models have some do not ) this may have tripped if it was accidentally knocked in some way,have a look under the hood and see if you have what looks like a red button that has a red rubber top, press that just to check, i gather you have checked all fuses and wires to the pump? have you got a live feed to the fuel pump? locate the pump, pull off the plug should be 2 wire type, turn ignition on and see if you get a feed...well i hope that will give you some more ideas to look at for now good luck..please vote thanks

Aug 03, 2010 | 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier

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What order do the spark plug wires go in on a 2000 kia sportage?


Basically the coil pack in the rear of the engine feeds cylinder #4 and there is a a plug wire off of that coil pack also that feeds cylinder #1. The coil that sits toward the front of the engine feeds cylinder #2 and the plug wire coming off that coil pack feeds cylinder #3. Each coil pack has a white plastic connector that can fit either coil but the length of the wires to each coil is different and should be easy to distinguish which coil pack each connects to. -cylinder #1 would be at the front of the engine and cylinder #4 would be at the rear.

May 12, 2010 | 2000 Kia Sportage

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My vw jetta 98 turns but wont start what can it


check for a spark at the plugs if you dont have this then you will need to check that the ingintion coil has a live feed and and earth the pins 1 and 3 on the conector if you have this then you will need to check that you have a pulse from the hall sender this is in pin 2 of the conector check it with a circuit tester and the led should flash if it does then the ignition coil has had it if not then check for a live and an earth at the hall sender ( three pin plug on the distributor ) pins 1 +3 if this is ok you will need a new distributor also worth checkin for a live at both of these with someone cranking the engine if you loose the live feed under cranking the you will need an ignition switch

Apr 21, 2010 | 1998 Volkswagen Jetta

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I just finished rebuilding my truck engine and will like to test it before installing back in the truck. I know how to get the starter going, but I don't know how to wire the coil, distributor, alternator...


To start the engine you need a+ feed from the battery to the + side of the coil[this acts as an ignition live,to be disconnected when not testing the engine ]Next you need a heavy + feed directly from the starter to the battery[use good heavy cable]Also a good heavy earth lead from the battery negative to the engine block[jump leads work great]Connect the distributor contact breaker wire to the coil - side.To start take a live+ wire from the starter + to the "pull in" terminal of the starter[this is a male spade connector and the lightest terminal on the solenoid.when you connect the starter to the battery + the engine should turn over,Check for a spark using an old plug earthed to the block,add some fuel and listen to that baby run.

Mar 08, 2010 | Ford F-100 Cars & Trucks

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I just bought a new coil for my 65 Mustang and we have 12V at the positive and negative terminals but aslo only 12V at the High Tension or coil wire outlet. Any suggestions


couple of things
does the mustang have a ballest resisor fitted between the ign switch and the coil? in which case it should be a 9v coil or remove the ballest resistor to run a direct 12v feed from the ign switch, or just to test run a 12v feed direct from battery to coil.
the feed to the dissy is switched by the points opening unless you have electronic ignition,
but in both cases the capacitor/condenser may have broken down causing a consent feed hence given permenant live through the coil,
to test if you have points rotate engine so points are closed, put meter on coil and test if volts change when you open the points, or a spark out of ht to dissy lead
if electronic ign you will have to rotate engine or dissy to activate spark ,

Dec 20, 2009 | 1965 Ford Mustang

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My 89 isuzu trooper will start and run great as long as i keep the key all the way engaged 4 or 5 secs after i release it will die can you help


This is most likely a faulty ignition switch, when you release the key and it cuts the engine this is a lost live feed to the coil if petrol or stop soenoid if diesel
check ignion switch for a live feed to the coil/stop solenoid when cranking

Feb 17, 2009 | 1994 Isuzu Trooper

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RELAYS


hi if you mean every time you stop the car by key and the car will only keep going if the key is in the start position this is a fault that lies in the low tension circiut on your ignition as a secondary circiut with a ballast resistor runs ignition live feed to the coil when the key is in start position these are now normally in the ignition coil it will need replacing

Oct 01, 2008 | 2007 Buick Park Avenue

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