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2.0 EFI. No ignition. Replaced the distributor w/ coil, spark plugs, wires, cap, ignition module and ignition switch harness. Fuses are ok and have 12V to ignition switch

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  • Leonard Lusitana Aug 02, 2010

    Yes. 12V at coil to ground on both +/- terminals. Also, 12V at module. Do you know the location of the igniters resistor on the engine?

  • Leonard Lusitana Aug 02, 2010

    The distributor rotor is turning and timed it to 10BTC on #1 cyl. by hand.

  • Leonard Lusitana Aug 02, 2010

    I have a digital volt meter, but I should be able to see it when the reading is lost. I don't have an analog meter. But I will try it ---thanks.

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Is the distributor turning when you crank it? From a broken timing belt.

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    Clint Smock Aug 02, 2010

    Do you have a pulsing ground on the neg side of the coil when cranking?

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    Clint Smock Aug 02, 2010

    You should be able to test it with a test light.



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Does the engine have compression,can you feel to see if you have any exhaust,check for clogged converter

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