Question about 1988 Nissan 300ZX
Posted by Anonymous on
The simpplest way without any equipment and it's a fast test. Have a feiend with you,wire from the distributor cap, hold it about 1/4 of an inch from a clean, non painted metal object and have your friend crank the engine. If it's good, you will see a spark jump from the wire to the metal object.Note:keep your other hand off the car, it can zap you if it's good and the wire insulation is not thst good. This is a fast test, but it really doesnt mean that there arent other components which keep the coil from fireing.. Good luck.
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