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No spark from distributor, although i have replace distributor with new one

Replace distributor but still same proplem with old distributor NO SPARK,

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See if you are getting juice from the ign switch at the distributer

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What kind car is it ill tell you how to fix it let me know

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You need to get the HV power from the coil{s}. Check for power there.

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SOURCE: no spark from 1988 nissan pulsar

BOT MA MAY B ,,,, BUT FIRST CHECK FUSEZ ,,,,, HAVE CHECKED POINT ?

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SOURCE: there is no spark. replaced distributor (coil) cap and rotor

You may have to check loose cables or wiring. Inspect the ignition coil, it should be in series with the distributor.

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SOURCE: 88 nissan truck wont start

I traced a similar problem in my truck to a rubber bumper on the clutch pedal which had disintegrated so the disengage switch was not being closed, preventing the ignition from working.

I bent a piece of aluminum flashing to contact the switch when I push the pedal to the floor and it works every time.

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SOURCE: Not starting. No spark. Crank angle sensor?

you my also have a selenoid problem,may sit on passenger side fenderwall.

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heres a list, ignition components damp or damaged, worn or faulty spark plugs, broken...loose....or disconnectedwiring in starting circuit, loose distributor changing ignition timing, ignition coil loose...faulty or disconnected wires. its good your cam & crank sensors were changed, but no spark indicates coil packs not able to get spark to plugs, but spark plugs may be fouled, replace them. replace distributor cap & rotor. check fuses, there's one for the ignition switch, check it. try all this see how it does,, also, if you haven't replaced both the AIR & FUEL FILTERS , DO SO !!!!!!!! just for thought, my daughter has a sentra gxe,2002, it started losing power on the highway, we had to have nissan replace it, $900 , you may have to deal with this, sell the car ! when you get it running, if you want. although , after we did repairs, tune-up, timing belt (not chain), etc., it runs like a top, she loves it ! good car if you ask me, just keep filters new, brakes good, it will go forever !

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I do not think the wiring harness needs replacing, although it may be a bad connection somewhere in a car this age. See here

http://www.turboninjas.com/camry/ig.pdf


If it is the old 3VZ V6 you have, it is broadly similar to a 4-cyl times 2. If it is a 1MZ v6 it may have individual coil packs on each plug, although probably not as you describe it.

Page 4 will show you the number of places a failure can prevent a spark. Try following the troubleshooting charts in this reference to track down the fault. It could for instance be a faulty igniter unit.

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Not sure how to replce spark plug wires from the distributor need help please send info


change one spark wire at a time on the distributor.buy new set of spark plugs wires remove them from box.match old wires with new wires to use the correct length to each cylinder.now if you need to change distributor cap.mark location distributor cap.number tag plug wires on the distributor cap so you can remove plug wires on distributor cap so you can replace cap and rotor and put wires back on the distributor cap in correct place.remember change one plug wire at a time so you wont get confuse.

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Check each plug wires are ok. Replace them ASAP if you found cuts are the like. If wires are good then check the spark plugs one at a time. Check gaps, age is important if they are old, replace them with new spark plugs. Check the distributor cap, the points in poor condition, cracked distributor cap or rotor arm, poor connections to the ignition coil / circuit & earthing, the coil itself shorting out.

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