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Mitsubishi coil pack and module wiring diagram

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SOURCE: ignition module wires to coil pack

found a good repair manual and followed the wiring diagram ~~~ Thank You / Jeff

Posted on Aug 31, 2008

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SOURCE: coil pack diagram?

cylinder 1 is on passenger side, coils should be numbered, cylinder 4 is on drivers side

Posted on May 18, 2009

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SOURCE: need a diagram of the firing order of spark plug wires from coil packs to spark plugs


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SOURCE: 2001 vw jetta vr6 need the firing order and

For the 2.8L DOHC V-6:
Firing Order:

Ignition Coil Connections

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SOURCE: 2002 GMC Envoy Coil Packs / Coil Module Assembly's going bad

swap it with another and check the code again to ensure that it is coil pack 3. This car doesn't have adiquate sensors to diagnose this properly and may indicate the wrong coil. Yes this is comon, its happened to me and I have the same make and model.

Posted on May 30, 2010

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1999 Ford Escort firing order and ignition troubleshooting.<br /><span>Refer to the diagram. Cylinders are connected as shown on the diagram in blue. 1 goes to cylinder 1(sparkplug furthest from coil pack), 2 to 2, 3 to 3 and 4 to 4(closets to coil pack).<br />To test the coil pack use a digital volt meter. Measure resistance between coil towers for coil 1(marked 1 in red on diagram) Value should be between 12000 and 14500 ohm. Do the same for coil towers 2. <br />Measure resistance between I and C1. If the measurement is more than 5 ohm the coil is defective. Do the same for I to C2.<br />Measuring voltage at I(Ignition start/run) to ground should be 10V.</span><br /><span>I is connected to the 15A engine fuse. The radio interference capacitor is connected between this line and earth at the coil. Disconnect it to see if it cures the misfire.<br />C1 and C2 connect to the powertrain control module. The module earths each line to make its respective coil fire.<br />Bear in mind that aftermarket coil wires may cause problems with misfiring</span> so use OEM parts where possible.<br /><img src="suzman_6.JPG" /><br />

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Ignition wires red black blue and brown what do they represent

What make , model an year vehicle ? What ignition wires ? You mean power , ground , an control wires to ignition module or coil pack ! Would need to look at a wiring diagram to say for sure . Do you know what a wiring diagram is ? free wiring diagrams .

Jul 26, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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What powers the coil packs

In the early days of electronic ignition the single coil was powered by an amplifier module which also contained circuitry to switch off the ignition system if it was idle for more than a few seconds as well as varying the dwell angle depending on engine speed and this was triggered by a pulse from a hall effect transistor, an optical device or an inductor and reluctor in a distributor.

When electronic fuel injection came along it was found improvement to engine performance and economy could be made by allowing the fuel management to talk to the ignition management, which by that time was controlled by a programmed electronic control unit rather than the distributor and contained the all-important ignition amplifier.

When the distributor gave way to multiple coils and coil packs the amplifier and other circuitry, probably for reasons of cost saving, was integrated into the fuelling ECU to make a complete engine management package, so to answer your question, it is the ignition amplifier(s) that power the coil pack(s) but in practice they, in recent years, are an integral part of the main ECU.

I suggest you check the wiring and connections for continuity between the coils and the ECU before you start spending loads of cash. A wiring diagram showing ECU pin numbers will be needed.

Jun 26, 2015 | 2000 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

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Where is the egine egnition modgel. On a2002 Mitsubishi. Eclipse

Has two coils an they are triggered by the powertrain control module ! No ignition module ! What is the problem your having ? misfire , no spark , no start ? There are three wires going to the coil packs , one is vehicle battery power , can test with test light or a volt meter . two is a ground an three is computer control , you can test the control from the computer with a test light !

Feb 01, 2015 | 2002 Mitsubishi Eclipse

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Coil quit firing

If you have no spark from two of the four towers of your coil pack, you need to check the wiring between the coil pack and the ignition module. Since you have spark at two towers, that proves you have power to the coil pack. Both sets of coil windings in the coil pack are fed by the same B+ feed,(red and light green wires to both coil packs too). The control side wires from the ignition module to the coil packs are tan/light green and tan/light blue for one coil pack.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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I have a 95 gst no spark but i have replaced the ecu and i have power on the black wire going into the coil pack coming from the transistor pack any help?

the boot may be leakin on the coil-inspec for wear--maybe do a pack test also--keep in mind ignition module etc--chilton online has troublshootn

Feb 19, 2011 | 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse

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Were is the ignition module located at do you have a pic or diagram

Ignition control module is located under the ignition coil packs, follow the spark plug wire''s from engine to coil packs.
If you have a 3.1L engine, the module will have three connector, two one one end and one in the other end.
If you have a 3.8L engine, the module will have one wide connector on one end only.
To remove module, remove all three coil pack's, will have two small screw's to each one,disconnect elec. connector from module and unbolt module.

Aug 11, 2010 | 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Ignition module where do I find it.

The ignition coils are mounted on it. Just follow the spark plug wires.

Nov 18, 2009 | 2005 Chevrolet Impala

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Ignition module wires to coil pack

found a good repair manual and followed the wiring diagram ~~~ Thank You / Jeff

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