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No spark i set timing and replaced ignition module and have no spark now

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Bad ignition module? Ithappens.

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SOURCE: no spark in first cylinder

I once had a Daytona Twin Tec ignition module, and one day it just started firing on one cylinder.
This is the default if it got too hot.
However, for me that wasn't the case, it was just bad unit.

Posted on Apr 12, 2014

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P1351


That code is for the ignition control circuit. It is the white wire that runs from Ignition module to the VCM. this controls the timing.

This is either a bad wire/connection from the VCM to the ignition module, ignition module, or VCM. I would check them closely in that order. This can commonly be a bad ditributor

Tests/Procedures:
1. Use an air gap spark tester set at 25-30 KV and check the output from the coil wire and then at multiple spark plug wires.
2. Bring the engine to Top Dead Center (TDC) #1 and verify the rotor is pointing to the 8 that is cast into the distributor housing to make sure it is not out of time.
3. If the distributor is dropped correctly, but spark is erratic at the plugs but good at the coil, replace the distributor cap and rotor with one from the dealer.

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Distributor Cap
Incorrect Distributor Timing
Ignition Rotor

Tech Tips:
This trouble code can set from extended cranking and is most likely not the cause of the problem as long as there is spark
Tests/Procedures:
1. Using a Digital Volt Ohm Meter (DVOM) or lab scope, check the White wire at the ignition module pin B while cranking. This should be a 0-5 volt square wave pattern any time the engine is cranking or running.
2. If there is more than 5 volts on the White wire at pin B, check the White wire from the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) to the ignition module pin B for shorts to voltage.
3. If the wire checks OK, check powers and grounds to the PCM while cranking. If the powers and grounds are OK at the PCM, the PCM will need to be replaced.

Potential Causes:
Ground Ignition Module Power
Powertrain Control Module (PCM) Wiring
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Conditions for Setting the DTC The Ignition Control voltage is more than 4.9 volts.


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Dual Plug Inhibit (DPI) is a function of the EEC-IV that is only used when the vehicle is being started at temperatures -7° C (20° F) and below. During engine cranking, the EEC-IV will only fire the spark plugs on the right hand side of the engine. When the engine has started, the EEC-IV will send a signal to the DIS module to start normal dual plug operation. Ignition Diagnostic Monitor
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I have a 1992 gmc sonoma 2 wd 4.3L throtle body i am getting the service engine soon light and I checked the codes and I get number 42- Electronic spark timing bypass circuit or EST circuit is grounded...


CODE 42 Trouble Code 42 indicates that there may be a malfunction in the Electronic Spark Timing (EST) system.
During cranking, the timing is controlled by the ignition module while the ECM monitors the engine speed. When the engine speed exceeds 400 RPM, the ECM sends a BYPASS signal to the ignition module which switches the timing to ECM control. The ECM calculates what the timing should be then "tells" the ignition module via the EST circuit.
An open or ground in the EST circuit will stall the engine and set a Code 42. The engine can be re-started but it will run on ignition module timing.
The conditions for setting this code are:
  • System in BYPASS mode but the ignition module is still controlling timing
    - or -
  • Engine speed > 600 RPM with no EST pulses (ECM controlled timing) going to the ignition module for 200 msec.


Typical causes for this code include:
1) BYPASS line is open or grounded
2) EST line is open or grounded
3) PROM or CALPACK not seated properly in the ECM
4) Poor connections between ignition module and ECM
5) Poor routing of EST harness and/or poor quality ignition wires (EMI induced electrical noise)
6) Faulty or incorrect ignition module
7) Faulty ECM


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