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Car was running when it left my yard now I dont get spark took the ecu for testing its blown
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Sounds like you covered all the bases, which is good. I would now start looking at fuses and wires. Start at the battery. Other than the battery cables, look at the wires, look for anything loose, especially at connectors, wires that have worn or cut insulation, or wires that look burnt or are unusually soft. Check the connector and the wires coming out of the alternator too. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
check all wires and grounds, there mabe a bad wire in the system. check alternater wiring also. if all else fails check the ecu.
Posted on Oct 21, 2010
Hi I have a 1995 C200 Auto Sedan chs WDB 2020202F241703, I think I have a problem in the ECU. Only runs on two cylinders, I have changed the core pack on the 1 & 4 cylinders but the problem persists. The other problem is I don't know where the ECU (engine computer ?) is can anyone help ?
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
Try resetting or clearing the error codes, the process for this, applicable to your vehicle will be sitting in a forum somewhere. If a problem still exists, a new or the same error code will appear. Goodluck searching! :)
Posted on Sep 21, 2012
my name is David ,I live in Austin Texas and do alot of mecchanic / technician work around town. I do have my certifications and have work at dealerships and Autozone as well...with all that being said... if you are not getting spark on this vehicleand it is not likely the coils or the module. The crank position sensor the device responsible for reading the angle ( timing ) of the crankshaft. The crankshaft has notches in it that pass either through or near the crank position sensors magnetic tip. The ignition module then interprets the signal and allows signal ( electrical current) to pass into module and on to ignition coils...then on to spark plugs via spark plug wires/cables. The crank position sensor is located on the back side of the engine in the gap between the engine and transmission housing. it is held in place by one 8mm (metric size) or 5/16 standard size bolt. Use a wrench though unless you have small hands or a 1/4 drive socket set. 9.99 times out of ten it will start if there are no other issues... your welcome
Posted on Aug 24, 2013
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