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Crank sensor located on back of engine betwee the block an tansmision.

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1992 toyota pickup won't strat have power to coil and flue pump works no spark at the plug


Do you have spark from the coil. Pull the plug off the distributor and check for spark. No spark replace the coil.

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I have a ford ranger 1986 ive replaced plugs,wires, coil, cap, rotor button and still i have a orange spark could it be the pickup coil


Color of spark is a kinda age-old test, but it doesnt necessarily mean anything. Some cars you will usually see orange during a cranking spark test because the resistance of the system and the coil windings reduces voltage below the "blue" spark level until voltage gets over 14v, which doesnt happen until the engine is running.

If the car runs at idle and rev, it is unlikely its the pickup coil. The pickup is the RPM sensor, pretty much it either works OK or works terribly/not at all (though sometimes they are funny, its rare). If it runs fine for awhile, then after 30 minutes it starts to cut out or stall, and when it cools it runs again, THAT is pickup coil type of failure, but not yellow spark. Pickup doesnt make spark or affect its quality in any way. It simply says WHEN to make spark. After it signals WHEN, the module and coil and source voltage determine how much is made.

If you still think you have low spark issues, id test it with a test plug. Its an adjustable or fixed gap spark plug you can buy at a parts house. You need minimum 25kv consistent spark from the coil.(30 is better). What that means is you hook a work from the cap to the spark tester, and with the engine running it will fire regular sparks and not skip any. If it does...spark is not your problem. Period. If it doesnt, then you start checking wires, resistance, voltage, etc.

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Why wont it spark


Someone needs to check for voltage at the coil and the distributor.
The pickup coil in the distributor tells the coil when to fire.
If you are getting spark at the coil tower but not at the plugs, check the cap and rotor.

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No sparks. Coil measures okay, makes sparks during bench test. Previous tech diagnosed bad ignitor & I replaced, still no sparks. Pickup coil ?


the rotor button may be bad..YOU CAN CHECL THE PICK UP COIL WITH A VOLT OHM METER or the dreaded bad timing chain, does the rotor turn with the motor. these are a real cheap durable unit.. EBAY CLICK HERE..HEI

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1979 ford pickup 460ci backfired now nospark


the backfire comes from timing, check or replace the coil

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I want to replace spark plugs (8) and wires on my '84 GMC pickup


get a 20 dollar haynes or chiltons manuel and find the module and coil. always change the ignition module and coil every 4 no more than -5 years to be safe.

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No spark replace ignition coil cap rotor no luck


IF I REMEMBER CORRECTLY THERE IS A PICKUP SENSOR ON THESE THAT LIKES TO GO BAD ON THE TOP OF THE DISTRIBUTOR, UNDER THE CAP. HOPES THIS HELPS. BEST OF LUCK.

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No spark at spark plugs


You have the wrong pick up coil. It should have plenty of clearence for the shaft. compare it to the old pick up.

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