Question about 1995 Ford Crown Victoria
My coil on the right side smokes shortly after replacing this is the second one ive replaced at first I thought the coil was bad but the same thing happened after replacing it
For coils to burn it indicates either the incorrect voltage coil in use or a dead short through the primary windings or failed resistor in the circuit.
Coils come in either straight 12 volts or 12 volts start but run on 7 volts through a resistor or resistor wire . If that resistor is shorted out the 12 v on the 7 volt windings will burn out the coil . Coils are connected in parallel and never in series as that increases the amp loading on the coil windings . Check the ignition module for the second coil as it may be shorting out internally.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When your engine is running oil is circulating through it to lubricate the moving parts. When you shut off the engine the oil will pool in the top and drain back to the bottom via oil passages. The oil is hot and flows freely back into the oil pan. The engine and all of the parts are hot (remember metal expands when heated).
A small bit of leakage could be running into the cylinders while the car is cooling off. Could be caused by worn valve seats or valve guides. There will be some oil usage during the break in process of a rebuilt engine, but I think you are experiencing oil burn off. Don't be afraid to get a second opinion.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
have look at ur wires that is caming from the car in to the coil it self
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
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Posted on Apr 15, 2010
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