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My Isuzu 220le has no spark on cylinder 2&3 but continuous spark on 1&4. Single coil pack system and it back fires each time o crank. Changed HV cables and plugs but still not running


see if u are getting spark from the coil itself (fm 2& 3) It may be the coilpack itself, cam or crank sensor. Start w the coil.

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Ignition no spark


AT THE DISTRIBUTOR THERE IS A SENSOR WITH 3 WIRES .THE 1 AND 3 ARE POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE AND THE 2 IS THE PULSE FOR THE IGNITION{GOING AT THE COIL PACK}CHECK IF U HAVE POWER THERE AND LET ME KNOW!!

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Not getting spark in #1 & #4 cylinder


Since both one and 4 are fired using the same coilpack if the location of the coilpack is easy to get to you can swap it with the 3/2 coil pack and see if the miss moves to 3/2 thus eliminating the ignition module and related circuits and confirming the coil is faulty

Dec 11, 2012 | 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier

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I got distracted what is my fireing order 2.8L w/coilpack


1-4-3-6-2-5

3 (Coil Pack) 5
2 (Coil Pack) 4
1 (Coil Pack) 6
Front of vehicle

I hope you understand my little diagram not good at cutting and pasting pictures. I hope this helped and good luck.

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Trying to figure out how to disassemble the coilpack for my 1992 pontiac bonniville.it is a sigle coil pack


they used two different ignition systems on the older v-6 engines. One is called a magnovox ignition and is identified by having one coil pack assembly. If one coil goes bad the whole coil assembly will need to be replaced. There are 6 bolts holding it to the module and a torx or a 5.5mm socket will be needed to remove them.

The other system uses 3 individual coils. There will be two bolts/screws for each coil. Once the screws are removed the coil can be pulled up and off of the module.

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HOW DO YOU CHECK TO SEE WHICH COIL PACK IS BAD ON THE CAR?


To check the coilpack just get a test light ground it some where on the block then press the the test light on the head of each wire at the coilpack. You should hear a change in the way the car idles, if you get to one of the wires and the idle does not change, that is the cylinder that is giving you the problem; but it could be dead cylinder and not the coil pack.

In other words...
1. Set the dial on your voltmeter to "Ohms."
2. Touch one of the leads on the voltmeter to one of the electrical terminals on the coil pack. There are two terminals: one on the top of the coil pack and one on the bottom. It does not matter which lead from the voltmeter touches which terminal on the coil pack. Then, touch the other lead on the voltmeter to the other terminal on the coil pack.
3. Check the resistance. The display on the voltmeter should read between "0.0" and "0.05" Ohms. If it reads higher than "0.05" Ohms, then you need to replace the coil pack.

Hope helps (remember rated this).

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2000 subaru forester ignition coil wiring


Are there any other possible problems, or you are just not receiving spark at all now?

The coilpack could be dead and just need replaced. If you have a voltmeter or a test light, check the wiring on both sides of the coilpack harness to make sure it is receiving power.
I don't believe Subaru used ignitors past '99, but if they did, your should be located on the firewall behind the throttle body. Make sure it's plugged in and receiving power.

Coil packs do go bad from time to time. I had to replace mine in my
'98 Impreza a while back.

Goodluck!

Mar 15, 2010 | 2000 Subaru Forester

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Where are the ignition coil packs and how do I remove them?


The coil packs sit on top the the engine. As you open the hood toward the rear of the engine you will see four cokl packs sitting on the engine. There are 3 10mm bolts holding the bracket that holds all the coil packs. You can remove them all at once (easier) or try to remove coil packs one at a time.

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