Question about 1986 Chevrolet Camaro
Hello our @#*@!#* new coil is getting hot just like the original did,(which melted on bottom) just by leaving the key in the run postion...
NO fire from coil-->through coil wire-->to distributor. 12v coming from wiring harness on firewall to coil--->10v coming from other plug in coil to the module. We replaced and checked the module, pick up coil, and the coil itself, even the ignition switch on lower steering column!??? Fuel pump working fine soaking the plugs, Timing chain is turning as well as the bug in cap... trying not to buy a new computer??? $90.00 Please help, someone, anyone... spoke with over 30 good mechanics in 3 weeks now and none of them could figure this out or point us in a right direction. Thanks if you can help. Lee.
I believe there is something wrong inside the distributor,
the cam may be worn inside the distributor, and your connection is not being broken, therefore, you have no spark. Make sure everything inside the distributor is working correctly, and that the cam is not worn.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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