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My car doesn't have any spark i replaced distributor cap and coil and i still dont hav any spark what do you think is the problem?

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  • yadayada
    yadayada Jun 01, 2010

    WHY THE CAP AND COIL, THE IGNITION CONTROL MODULE WOULD HAVE BEEN MY 1ST CHOICE UIF U ARE JUST GUESSING.

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Based on the used electrical design, one terminal of the ignition coil would be +12V when IGN switch is ON/RUN. It is the other terminal that is switched by a CDI/igniter. If the igniter will not switch the coil, then you will not have any spark. The igniter to work needs a pulse trigger input from the engine (to know when to fire).

In some instances, there is an immobilizer that disables the coil from firing as part of the vehicle's security system. You may want to have a look at your alarm system also.

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Posted on Jun 15, 2008

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SOURCE: 1994 toyota camery 2.2 eng. no spark

had the same problem, replaced coil problem was solved

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

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SOURCE: 94 toyota camery no spark

I had the same problem recently but replacing the ignition Coil under the distributor (inside) solved the problem. Also replaced the distributor Cap and rotor at the same time.

Posted on Oct 31, 2008

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Replace the coil. It is shorted out. I have changed quite a few coils for the exact same symptom.

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Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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SOURCE: engine cranks ,but no spark.

ain t many more parts to electrical system left... i had same problem once n it was my ignition modulator.located under distributer.**** i can t remember,i think my car would not turn overfrom that.or only other thing could be a fuse.i 'd check every fuse too .hope this might help.

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