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Run fault codes to determine the reasons and sensor faults

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SOURCE: #6 misfire , coil pack has proper voltage. swapped

did you replace the plug..its most likely culprit

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SOURCE: Why is scanner showing DTC P01365 Ingnition Coil #5 Control Circuit Low Voltage and have Missfire on #1 cyl

because you have a bad #5 coil, and a bad plug in the number one cylinder.
Or because your wires are leaking would do it too.

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power comes from ASD relay, check all fuses.

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What is causing my coil pack to melt on my 2008 dodge caravan

over voltage is the main reason for this problem. Run the fault codes to check for sensor failure. Remember that coils operate on a pulse and the current used is kept low but if you leave the ignition on ( run the radio-fan,lights etc with out the engine running then the current will overheat the coils/packs.

Nov 14, 2014 | 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan

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I have a voltage leak and need to put in new distributer cap/ wires going to spark plugs.

Your video shows not the Distributor cap but the ABS control module. This Honda does not have a distributor. It's a DIS system. ( distributor-less ignition system) to replace plugs look at the rocker covers. In the middle of each cover is the plugs, 3 a side. Pull up on each coil pack/ plug boot combo and you'll find the plug under each

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My 86 chevy blazer with 305 i pulled out the number 1 spark plug while still in the distributer whire and did not get any spark to the plug when my wife turned the engine over any suggestions

First do the SIMPLE thing: check if the distributor is getting the low voltage supply! If it isn't, that's the whole problem. Next, see if the high voltage coil is getting its low voltage supply and then if it outputs the high systematic and save yourself money!

Jan 10, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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1 coil pack is not working but the other two work just fine 92 cutlass supreme 3.1

Make sure you are getting voltage to the coil pack (low voltage signal from the computer. You can measure the connector with a 12v meter with the key turned on to see if you have voltage.

Apr 30, 2012 | 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera

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Why is scanner showing DTC P01365 Ingnition Coil #5 Control Circuit Low Voltage and have Missfire on #1 cyl

because you have a bad #5 coil, and a bad plug in the number one cylinder.
Or because your wires are leaking would do it too.

Oct 28, 2011 | 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora

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Where is the distrubitor cap located on a 2001 dodge neon i drove through a puddle and everyone is saying i need to dry the cap but i dont know where it is located

I don't know for sure either - many newer cars don't have distributor caps. The easiest way to accomplish the task is to trace a couple of spark plug wires back from the engine block to the coil pack or distributor cap - whichever you have. Wipe off any water on whatever these wires go to. If you have a cap, and if you are having rough-running problems, take off the cap and wipe out the inside with a clean rag. Coil packs should be hermetically sealed and the only place for a problem would be right at the spark plug wire connection terminals or possibly at the low-voltage connection.

A quick way to distinguish a distributor cap from a coil pack if you don't know the difference: count the high voltage wires. The distributor will generally have one more than the number of cylinders; the extra goes to a separate coil. A coil pack will wires going to two cylinders in each section, but will never have more high-voltage wires than the number of cylinders.

You should also inspect the air duct, especially the air filter. Dry out any water here just to make sure you don't **** mud into the engine.

Dec 26, 2010 | 2001 Dodge Neon

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I was driving and it just died,we now found we do not have any spark on driver side,can you tell me what it may be,or what we should try to fit will not turn over.Thank you sherry

No spark.This is indication of faulty spark plugs.But spark plugs get power to spark from coil pack. So get the connection between coil pack to spark plugs checked.If it checked out ok then its faulty spark plugs that has to be replaced,but if coil pack has no power then its faulty coil pack that has to be replaced.But if coil pack and spark plugs both checked out ok then this problem is fuel related problem.In this case the fuel pressure needs to be checked.The fuel pressure can be easily checked at any local car garage.If its low then its faulty fuel pump as well as clogged fuel filter,which has to be replaced. The voltage for spark plugs and coil pack in voltmeter will show 12 volts.Its a 12 volt part.If there is no or low volt then there is problem with the part. ------------------ Keep updated with any more queries.Thanks.

Oct 18, 2010 | 1998 GMC Jimmy

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No spark runns fine then loses spark wait 10 minutes starts

The spark plugs receives power to spark from coil pack.Check the power at the coil pack and also check the voltage at the coil pack with meter.If the coil pack shows proper power as well as voltage then its fault in spark plugs.Otherwise its faulty coil pack.The coil pack receives power from also check the voltage of the battery it should be exact 12 volt.
If the battery shows low voltage then the battery needs to be re-charged.
Then check out.
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May 20, 2010 | 1992 Pontiac Bonneville

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