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NO FIRE I HAVE POWER GOING TO THE COIL COIL IS BRAND NEW BUT NO FIRE COMES OUT OF IT

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  • LUNPY Jul 04, 2008

    THERE NO FIRE ANY WHERE WOULD THE DISTRIBUTER BE BAD I PUT A NEW IGNITION MOUDLE DIST CAP AND ROTER AND COIL AND STILL NO FIRE

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Sounds like a bad coil. can you disconnect it and check it? or did you already put a meter on it? Let me know MrRodneyLong@gmail.com

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    Rodney Long Jul 04, 2008

    you have to go back to that coil, but be careful it could kill you, no joke. pull it off and test it then worry about everything else. Let me know MrRodneyLong@gmail.com

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    Rodney Long Jul 04, 2008

    This testing procedure is valid for just about any automotive coil. Using an ohmmeter, check the resistance between the side terminals of the coil. Do this with all of the wires to the coil disconnected.
    You should see 0.75 to 0.81 ohm of resistance. Then check the resistance between either side terminal and the center high tension terminal. The reading should be 10,000 to 11,000 ohms. Any significant deviation from these numbers would indicate that the coil is defective.

  • Rodney Long
    Rodney Long Jul 04, 2008

    This testing procedure is valid for most automotive coils. Using an ohmmeter, check the resistance between the side terminals of the coil. Do this with all of the wires to the coil disconnected. You should see 0.75 to 0.81 ohm of resistance. Then check the resistance between either side terminal and the center high tension terminal. The reading should be 10,000 to 11,000 ohms. Any significant deviation from these numbers would indicate that the coil is defective.





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