I have a ould points and plug moddel pic up four celinder , i disconect all wiring and only put a wire from positive bat. to minus coil and positive coil to distrubuter and try it the ather wy , but still worm up , it is a new coil
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batter positive to one big terminal of the starter solenoid--large wire as in a car ( the other big terminal will have a wire from it going into the starter)
a wire from the start point of the ignition switch to the small terminal of the start solenoid .( This to energize the starter solenoid to start the engine.) a large wire ( 30 amp capacity ) from the positive terminal of the battery going to the BAT terminal of the alternator the plug in the back of the alternator will go to the battery light or ammeter.. wires from the start and run positions of the ignition switch to the coil. One to provide power when the starter is engaged and the other from the run position to provide power to keep the engine running
basic but it will work
its marked, look at it.
Dist, is minus.
Bat. is Plus
on some with open frame coils. (my 88 had it)
has only a plug.
the answer is in the FSM, for sure. and at alldata.com all the time.
the riddle is wire colors. they tell you which wire is bat and which is the ignitor.
USA answers, always, so if not USA< can be diffr. colors........!
gray is ignitor pin2
DG/OR is bat + fuse 21 , output of Main or shut down relay.
my guess is DG means dark green? with orange stripe.
most likely the ign switch is ok if you are getting spark. so you have a hot spark at coil and weak fire at plugs? if you have a test light check the positive side of coil for power when turning key on and cranking. if it is dropping power on positive side then ign switch could be bad. can "hotwire" coil by jumping a wire to positive side of coil to pos of battery this will eliminate ign switch.
disconect coil completley find the positive on the coil conect it to the positive on battery colil output should be close to a good grounding surface or a coil lead plugged into the coil tower and the other end of coil lead very close to a ground surface then attach a wire to the negative side of coil ready?....making sure coil output is close to a ground surface or the coil lead is very close to a ground surface take the wire u just conected to negitive side of coil and hold it on the ground side of battery for about 1-1.5 seconds and release and the coil should fire as u release the wire from neg side of battery
The P0302 Code points to a misfire detected on the # 2 cylinder. If its stumbling, I would first suspect the plug or wire is bad. I believe the ignition coil on that vehicle is a single coil pack with four terminals, so if only the P0302 code is coming up I would start with the plug and wire. May be time to do a tune up and just replace all the splugs and spark plug wires.