Question about 1997 Nissan Pathfinder
Asuming you have a disturbtor shaft and not coil packs where you wouldn't have a disturbtor shaft. Look at the disturbtor cap the wire in hte middle of the cap it will be the shortest wire on the cap and will not go to a spark plug will lead you to the coil you may have two coils on this vehicle if its the z 24 engine i belive thats what they are useing on the 4 cylinders if its a 6 cylinder then olny one. But i have to tell you what ever problem you are having because you don't say is not likely going to be with the coil. check the engine codes first then the wireing for the plugs and the cap then the electronic ignition its a much more likely cause of none firing issues then the coil. If you need more help i can tell you how to test the coil to see if its good pier_j
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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