Question about 1984 Subaru Gl
Today i put a new ignition coil in my 89 subaru brumby because it wasnt starting,
it is turning over very nicely but not starting
do i need a new distributer ??
and maybe if anyone can just tell me how to test it?
is the engine turning faster than usual.is so might be a timing belt take the distribitor cap off and see if the rotor button turns while someone is cranking it.if its not sounding like the motor is turning over faster than usual while your cranking it.(sounds usual but just wont start)it could be the modual in the distribitor gone bad .thanks jeff
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
Try your local library for diagrams and pictures of both engines and that way you can figure out how the wiring goes
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
SOURCE: 89 s10 blazer no spark
There is no test for module in distributor, but they often cause this kind of problem. Also while in there, check the pickup coil wires to make sure they are intact.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
its quite possibly the crank angle sensor as they do this when they heat up,the car wont start,till it cools down,you can get the resistance checked on it to see if its ok,but you will need someone with experience to do it but its not a hard job
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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