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My 1993 corsica 3.1 v6 trouble code is42.what should I look for to fix my engine


After a Google search I found trouble code 42 involves the spark control circuit. First thing you do is make sure you have a good connection at all the plugs going to your distributor module (the things the spark plug wires go to). If you still have an issue, you need to try replacing the distributor module. If that doesn't solve the issue, you either have a fried ECM (Engine Control Module [computer or brain box as some call it]) or there is a short in the wiring going to your distributor module. Hope this helps.

Jul 07, 2014 | 1993 Chevrolet Corsica

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No spark at coil or distributor


I would buy a book with the procedure to troubleshoot the ignition system. The problem could be the pickup coil in the bottom of the distributor among other things. The module uses the pickup coil to know when to fire the plugs. The computer only controls when the cylinders fire.

Jul 21, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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I need a wiring diagram for the ignition control module and distributor cap on a 3.0 V6 motor


Hey Billie,here's a guide to how to replace the ignition control module.Here's what it look's like.Here's the connector.Read this.

Jan 17, 2013 | 1995 Ford Mustang

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My 1988 ford f150 will not start and if i put a new computer in it,it will work for like a week then go out again and i have to keep buying new computers


Hello, I am going to give you several solutions because I do not know which computer you are referring to. For awhile the cars and trucks had different ignition systems because the Pollution rules were different for Trucks.

If you have a Module on the distributor and that part keeps going out, there is a chemical paste which goes between the module and the distributor to handle heat. On the outside of the distributor the module is attached and through the body of the distributor it attaches to the stator.
If you can find a repair shop with a distributor machine, like a performance speed shop, they can spin your distributor and check the electricals.

Once you find out if the inside of your Distributor is correct and has no shorts you can look in other places for your problem. Check your Alternator Voltage if you do not have a Voltmeter on the dash and if you have an external Regulator check it before and after the connections. Replace if readings are too high. Later models had built-in Regulators in the Alternator.

Once you are sure the maximum Voltage is okay you only need to check Ground wires and lower Voltage feeds to the Ignition. Make sure if Resistor wiring is called for, that normal wire has not been substituted. A lot of times the Coil feed wire from the Alternator or Ignition will be Resistor type. Check a wiring diagram or ask the Autoparts store what is shown.

Your sensors may run at as little as 3 Volts or if a Ground wire is bad to something plugged into the system, that part may be grounding through your Module and overloading it. When you get your truck running, have a Starter draw test done to it. You can get a free scan for the onboard computer and a Draw test at Autozone, Oreillys, and Advance.

I hope you find that my solution was very helpful in fixing your truck.

Mar 07, 2011 | 1988 Ford F 150

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I'm taking out a points distributor and putting in a three wire pointless one in a 351 ford, i have a ford module box but i don't know where the wires go,can you help


I think you dont need the module box. the 3 wires should be marked on the distributor as + or b+ (thats the hot lead for 12v, T for the tach, and G or - for the ground.

Jan 13, 2010 | 1989 Ford Bronco

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No fire to distributor module, coi, pickup coil and coil o.k. tfi module good


Maybe a broken wire going to the distributor, Check that first. Check fuse also ( Engine fuse ). Check distribution box ( brain box ).

Nov 10, 2009 | 1984 Ford Bronco II

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89 ford probe, 2.2 turbo, no spark. has new coil, ignition module, distributor, cap and rotor, and crank sensor; checked all the fuses, and relays, still no spark.


Check out your "fuel cut-off switch" located by the windshield washer tank behind the driver's side wheel-well panel in the trunk. It's a small box with a push-button at the top. If the button is "soft" when you push it, that's probably your problem. Replace the unit by removing the washer fluid tank first. The box simply plugs in. Probably about $ 100. I replaced three in my Probe. They rot out, and the car simple dies.

Oct 14, 2009 | 1989 Ford Probe

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No spark, just put in a new coil, distrbutor isnt dirty or wet, sombody told to check out the littl box's on the fender well, what are these to box's and what is there purpose? Mike 77 cj-5 304 3spd I...


I had the same problem with my 85 cj7 this week, I relpaced the ignition control module, plugs, wires, cap, rotor and the the coil; still had no fire to plugs. the problem turned out to be my distributor, replaced it today and she fired right up. Most likely it was the pick up module in the distributor that went bad.

Nov 30, 2008 | 1983 Jeep CJ7

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Where is the ignition module for the 1992 Plymouth Colt Vista?


1.5L should be rear of engine mounted ON distributor. 2.0L should be mounted IN distributor.

Nov 25, 2008 | 1991 Plymouth Colt

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