Question about 2001 Chevrolet Tracker
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I don't have the values for yours but, Generally it is tested between terminal a&b with the key on. voltage should be less than 1.25volts, and should increase to about 5volts as throttle is opened. I also do another test, disconnecting the harness and using an ohmmeter and check that the resistance changes smoothly and does not jump, indicating any "dead spots" I then compare these results with a known good one.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
This problem can be associated with many things. First thing to check is plugs, rotor and timing. Check the spark plugs to see if they are dirty or fouled up. Then pull the distributor cap and check the rotor for burnt or fouled ends also check the electrode tips in the cap. If you have noticed your gas mileage going down these would most likely be the problems. If not check your fuel pump relay and fuel filter. If those are good and you are not having gas mileage issues the next most common culprit could be a ignition relay or coil that is starting to go bad. Most of the time a general tune up and timing check will fix a cold start issue.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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