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Check all fuses.

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Getting a rapid misfire in cylinder 5 changed spark plugs ,cleared the code came back on the day later ???


Hi Jason, Sounds like you have a coil pack and one of your coils is faulty. To check which coil is faulty just pull a spark plug lead off a spark plug and plug the spark plug lead onto a SPARE spark plug, Now earth it to the CLEAN motor or body (make sure the spark plug is touching metal) Start the motor, it's going to run ROUGHER than usual but you'll see if that spark plug is sparking... If it sparks then that coil is good. Turn the motor off and replace the spark plug lead back on to the original spark plug. Repeat with the next spark plug lead and so on until you start your car and the spark plug doesn't spark, THAT'S YOUR FAULTY COIL...

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1981 dodge Aries no spark from coil


It could be a bad coil, try swapping in a known good coil. You are checking for spark on the coil high tension cable from the coil going to the top of distributor? Also just possible the coil to distributor wire is bad.
If still no spark with a different coil and the wire is good, it could be a bad ECM. Or if you have the larger 2.6 Liter 4 cylinder engine, there is an Ignition Control Module for it that controls the coil. I don't see that ICM for the smaller 2.2 liter engine...

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Have a 1986 chevy celebrity tec4 an have no fire from coil ive replaced coil checked fuses an have power going to coil still no fire


ignition will trigger if signal from crank sensor, with hei spark plug tester ,read to coil wire and spark plugs wire if spark , depends wich engine
if c3i coil and module the module could be the problems you can check it before replace
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Mar 29, 2014 | 1986 Chevrolet Celebrity

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Not getting spark


check the coil first with a spark plug tester. then go to the leads at your spark plugs if no spark at the coil change it. .if spark found at the coil but not at the leads at the spark plug. then check the distributor cap and the rotor arm clean the contacts then check the plugs smell them of fuel if that is found change the spark plugs.

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Where can I find the spark plugs


There are individual coil packs for each cylinder. They are held in place by a single 10mm nut. Remove the nut and lift the coil pack up. You may have to wiggle it around a bit and pull hard. The spark plug is located in the hole you just removed the coil pack from. The spark plug boot is attached to the coil pack.

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There is a miss in #5 cylinder according to code. spark plugs and wires?


What engine?

If it has a coil over ignition than I would be suspicious of a bad coil. To see if the coil is bad use a spark tester on the coil. It should jump a 3/8 inch gap no problem with a strong blue spark. If it doesn't swap that coil with another cylinder. If the coil from the other cylinder sparks when plugged into the bad coils plug in than the coil that didn't spark is bad.

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No spark to the coil


No spark to the coil or is it no spark from the coil? First verify that you have 12 volts to the coil when you turn ignition switch on if not you will never have spark from the coil going to the plugs. If you do have 12 volts to the coil and still no spark you have a bad coil. To see if the coil is firing, unplug a spark plug wire from it's plug and hold it to a chasis ground while attempting to start the vehicle. There should be a strong spark and popping sound. Remember to wear leather glove or thick work glove if holding the wire by hand to avoid shock. If there is a strong spark then coil is good.

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Change coil, sparkplugs, spark plug wires, icm and still no spark. take off spark plug wire put a good spark plug on it and ground it no spark with everything new.


Coil is bad
inspect for cracks
u could check for spark at the coil wire going into the distributer(center wire )

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