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Pickup Coil I have a 1997 Mazda 626. My boyfriend says I need a pickup coil. When I try to find the part, the only thing that comes up is an ignition coil. Is an ignition coil and pickup coil the same thing?

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No its diffrent. ignition coil drives the spark plugs. pick up coil produces the pulses needed for the ecu, to drive the ignition coil

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SOURCE: 1994 dodge ram 1500 5.2L

Code 11 "" No crank reference signal to the PCM. or bad Crank sensor. If no crank signal no spark and signal to the injectors.
Replace as soon as possible.

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if truck has a ceramic ballist resistor near and connected to coil this could be problem or the crk posistion sensor could be too, i would change ballast first if you have on your truck appx cost $10

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SOURCE: where is the pickup coil located on 1997 dodge ram

he pick-up coil/stator assembly is located under the distributor cap, and once the distributor cap is removed from the distributor, just remove the ignition rotor, and then simply un-plug the wire connector to the the pick-up coil/stator and then lift it straight up and away from the distributor, and when re-installing the pick-up coil/stator be sure to align the square tab and the rounded tab on the pick-up coil/stator to match with the distributor housing and with the distributor cap and install the ignition rotor and the distributor cap, and then re-connect the wire connector to the pick-up coil/stator.


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SOURCE: Where is the ignition coil of a 1997 Nissan Pickup

COIL IN THE DISTRIBUTOR.

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Fig.: Exploded view of the 2.0L engine coil pack assembly

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Fig. : Exploded view of the 2.5L engine coil pack assembly

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