Question about Mitsubishi Cars & Trucks
The coils are bolted to the upper intake manifold, the spark plugs are at the other end of the wires from the coils.
Posted on Dec 02, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can check the input voltage at each coil. This way you make sure you have the proper amount to operate. Disconnect the six ignition coil connections. Turn the ignition key on. Check the voltage at Cyl #1 B/Y wire, Cyl#2 B/U wire,Cyl #3 B/O, Cyl#4 B/G, Cyl#5 B/R, Cyl#6 B/W and ground. It should be 10.5V or higher. If not,you need to find the cause of the voltage drop.
If ok, you can test the resistance of each coil. At the coil,measure the resistance across the primary windings.It should measure between 0.50 Ohms ans 1.00 Ohms.
I hope this information is helpful.If you need anything else,don't hesitate to ask. Thanks,Chuck.
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