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Nissan sentra 2005

I am looking to locate the coil, I am getting fuel, but no fire to the spark plug, i need to know were to find it on my car

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  • trabil6562 Jan 17, 2009

    each spark plug has it own coil, do you know where the crank procession sensor

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    The car will turn over but won't start. Trying to find fuel line but can't seem to locate to make sure fuel is getting to spark plugs.

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    Car will not start. there is no fire on the plug



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Follow your spark plug wire from the spark plug back and you will locate the coil unless it is a COP then the coil is right there or you might have one coil for to plugs but it is right there for you Hope this helps you

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