Question about Isuzu Amigo
The ignition coil should have voltage and ground anytime the key is on. it will also get a signal from sensors that tell it when it needs to do its job.
if any one of the sensors fail, the car wont start. first of all , if you dont have power, check your IGN fuses, and then check them again. if that dont work. check all ur fuses.if theyre good, your looking at hall effects sensors, camshaft position sensors and crankshaft position sensors. any of them fail.......your car wont know when to fire.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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