Question about 1995 Saab 900
The secondary (high voltage) side of the ignition coil can be checked with an ohmmeter.
1. Label and disconnect spark plug wires from coil pack.
2. Connect an accurate ohmmeter between terminals 1 and 6 and take reading. Repeat for terminals 3 and 4 and for terminals 2 and 5.
Note the readings and compare the three
If no faults are found with the supply voltage, impulse signal, wiring, and resistance at coil, then the ignition coil pack should be replaced.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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