Question about Geo Cars & Trucks
Bought the car and it had a miss so I replaced the distributor cap rotor button spark plugs and wires it ran great for three days and then quit running while driving down the road when I got it home I figured out the ignition coil went bad so I replaced it and the car ran great for couple days and quit while driving down the road again now im not getting any power to the distributor or the fuel pump or the ecm what do I do next
The ingniter does two jobs it send current to the coil and it also
tell the injector when to fire that's what it does if the coil smoke
the ingniter is loading up getting hot because it gets current;
from the-alt and reg maybe the altos overcharging ck charging sustemplease let me know
Posted on Jun 27, 2015
No car stated,
no engine option and need help?
Geo's can be suzuki, Isuzu or toyota's , actual.
Tracker, PRIZM,STORM , METRO? what?
Posted on Apr 23, 2015
Check the main relay and fuse.
Posted on Apr 22, 2015
Check voltage from your fuse block to the associated systems.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Distributor wont spark
check the fuseble link.
you can measure it, and make sure the contact are clean and secured.
the other thing is the check the ignition switch, make sure you have 12v going to the switch.
check thermo switch on top of the block.
Posted on May 21, 2009
At the age of you Jeep I would be looking at a worn ignition switch (The part that turns when you turn the key).They wear out causing a very intermitant connection some times it works and some times it doesn't ,Going over a small bump in the road is often enough to break the connection causing the engine to stop.
Start the engine and try gently wiggling the key and see if it dies.....
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
SOURCE: engine miss,replaced fuel
Do a compression test and make sure it is not a mechanical problem.Could be burnt valve,bad cam,or broken valve spring.If you know which cylinder is missing pull the valve cover and check the valves and see if they are all moving up and down evenly when you turn the motor over.Just disable the vehicle from starting or you can do it with it running.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
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