Question about 1987 Dodge Omni
Remove a plug wire,.the longest one of the 4! Place a flat bladed screw driver down into the plug wire,and into the bottom of the end of the wire.or boot.Hold the screwdriver blade about or at least a 1/4 inch from a good ground. Have some one crank the engine .There needs be a spark 1/4 inch or more long and rather wide spark not thin or narrow, and spreading out where it hits,check this with a good hot battery,not one that doesnt crank the engine good.Every thing turned off not to sap the battery! All other wires should be grounded out with a test lead ,so the engine dont start! Check all 4 the wires may be bad. They can be checked for resistance as well,you need an ohm meter,set on the thousands scale for ohms check and accotding to the wires length! none over 30,000 ohms 10,000 is plenty
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