Question about Dodge Ram 250
Hello I currently am working on a Ford 302 with an automatic transmission. I have the following parts:
Procomp Distributor 8002 http://www.procompelectronics.com/index.php?target=products&product_id=37482
Procomp Ignition Box 2015 http://www.procompelectronics.com/index.php?target=products&product_id=36823
Procomp Coil PC91 http://www.procompelectronics.com/index.php?target=products&product_id=36827
I have followed this instructions:
The problem I am having is that the red wire leading to the ignition is not hot. I tested it with the key forward and have tested it while trying to start the car.
SOURCE: No spark?
Hi, common thing with the mazda was the coil or the ignition amplifier going faulty, both of which are located within the distributor, the coil ususally gives the symptoms you describe, a weak spark. The coil is the most common failure aswell for your vehicle i would recommend a new one, also make sure distributor is spinning as it could just be a case of a broken timing belt.
Good luck Davelee
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
SOURCE: Please help
Go to http://www.hmaservice.com/ and register (vehicle by VIN). Afterward, you'll have access to technical information (manuals, wiring diagrams, service bulletins, etc) about your vehicle.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
Find an inductive pickup indicator for spark. Place on distributor cap to see if spark is at coil internal tower. If no spark at internal tower, look at ignition module or pickup coil. Ignition modules are prone to failure on 626's. But if you have spark at tower but not at the wire end, then your rotor is gone.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Hyundai Lantra
I would start by eliminating the distributor.Normally the ignition control module will be built into the distributor.Replace the distributor and this should fix the no-spark condition. Make sure you mark the position of the rotor button before removal to ensure proper timing when installing the new one.Hope this helps you out,
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
SOURCE: 1992 ford econoline van wont
how can you say that you have power going to the coil and lot leaving it and still say its good?
kinda answered your own question there i think
just my opinion...
hope this helps
Posted on Jan 23, 2011
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The ignition switch is turned to the RUN or the START position.
When the ignition switch is in the RUN or the START position, the current flows from the B/U Lamp fuse located in the underhood bussed electrical center (UBEC) through CKT 839 (PNK) to the park/neutral position switch. The park/neutral position switch also feeds the backup lamps portion of the switch. With the transmission in the PARK position, the current flows to the BTSI fuse located in the underhood bussed electrical center (UBEC) through CKT 275 (LT GRN). The current then flows to the TCC/stoplamp switch through CKT 584 (LT GRN/BLK). The current continues to the BTSI solenoid through CKT 1135 (DK GRN/WHT). The ground path is provided through CKT 1850 (BLK) to G207. When the brake pedal is depressed, the normally closed contacts in the TCC/stoplamp switch open and the current flow is interrupted. When the current flow is interrupted, the BTSI solenoid de-energizes. The transmission may then shift to another gear. When the transmission shifts to another gear (except PARK), the contacts in the park/neutral position switch open. This condition stops the current flow to energize the solenoid when the brake pedal releases.
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