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Car will not srart no spark new coil and distributor

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I have a 1999 Tahoe 8 cylinder I put in a new coil a whole new distributor distributor cap still it will not start


Pull the coil wire off the distributor cap. Put a ***** driver in it and place it close to any metal on the engine. crank over the engine. If you have spark, replace the pick up coil/ignition module in the distributor. If you have no spark. Check for power and ground at the coil plug with engine on. If it is there , replace the crank sensor.

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My 1994 chevy astro van is turning over but won't start,i installed a new coil and anew distributor but there is no spark at the coil to the distributor


their are two spark control features one is the pick up coil it's mounted under the distributor the other is in the distributor it the control module check the pink wire that plugs into the distributor for power

Aug 27, 2012 | 1994 Chevrolet Astro

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New spark plugs, new spark plug wires, new distibutor, new distibutor cap, new coil, new coil wire still not getting any spark why?


I know you list a new distributor, but the pick up coil (inside the distributor) is what will trigger the coil for spark. Located under the rotor, it needs to be checked at the harness for voltage (key on) and measure resistance in the PU coil itself using an ohm meter. Check the harness for breaks or damage, there really is nothing else that might cause this unless you have a complete failure in your engine computer (located next to the battery).

Oct 04, 2011 | 1987 Plymouth Sundance

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Had sparks from coil, bought new coil same problem, bought new distributor, now car will not even start


By distributor, is that the cap or the whole piece of aluminum- housing with stator assembly/ control module/shaft/rotor/cap, the whole sha-bang.
If it was the "whole" distributor & If it ran before you put the distributor in & you only had sparks then the distributor was installed wrong.
Check for spark at the end of the plug wires. If you have spark then its more likely the distributor is in wrong &/or the firing order is off.

Sep 18, 2010 | 1987 Chevrolet Camaro

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What is a ignition output signal on a 1990 honda accord , recently replaced entire distributor thats the coil , sensors, cap, rotor, ignitor. etc. i have power at the distributor, power at the coil , but...


Most of the time these distributor come with the ignition module did your, if it did and it has not been that long and is still under warranty, have it replace, if it did not come with one replace module.

Jun 11, 2010 | 1990 Honda Accord

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Somtimes its hard to srart and sluggisg 2000 maxima


If U haven't replaced the spark plug with that many miles I would start there. If that doesn't help U may have a bad coil pack with every spark plug has one, its what U first see when going to replace your plugs on top of manifold. Or it may be the fuel filter/sending unit.

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Jul 06, 2009 | 2000 Nissan Maxima

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1988 audi 80 4cyl. no spark from coil,new coil fitted,coil lead


hi i have a coupe 1994 have same prob told by audi to replace the distributor as was common failt on audi's i have replaced new leads ,coil ,dissy cap, and arm ,still the same awaiting on distributor to see if this works hope this helps

Apr 27, 2009 | 1988 Audi 80

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I drove my car one day and the next it didnt


You may want to remove spark plug to make sure you are getting a decent spark .a nice strong blue and usualy easily visible and not weak yellow spark thats hard to see .if you have a spare spark plug no need to remove one from engine.Make sure you have a good 12v source of power to the distributor.Is your distributor electronic?should be but if points based instead you may find its time to change the points.Also your coil needs to be checked by removing the H/t lead to the distributor and checking that the coil is producing a healthy spark.Coil and spark plug test is done while some one turns engine over while other person watches. while testing do not touch while cranking as you will get severe electric shock if you do .If coil produces poor spark check you have 12v into the positive terminal while cranking if that is the case the coil needs replacing unless the points are no good,if fitted and not electronic.Let me know how you go and if you have no luck starting glad to go further with help and advice

Oct 21, 2008 | 1984 Volvo 240 Series

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