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Spark plug wires

I think the wires may be crossed

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  • David Shaub May 11, 2010

    Crossed on what?


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Call your auto parts store and ask for the firing order of your vehicle

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I Can't get a spark from spark plug

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Check the diodes in the wires to the coils. Trace the wires from the coils, and they should join together into a single wire. In the junction of the wires, there is diodes. There is a possibility the diodes burnt out which will not allow power to the coils. My experience was when one burnt out and only one cylinder would run. I replaced the wiring and both cylinders worked fine.

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I have a eu2000i honda generator and will not start, for i am not getting any spark up to plug, it was running before I changed the oil, now I can't get no spark

Hi and welcome to Fixya. I am Kelly.

The key words here are I just changed the oil. The engine has an oil level sensor that will kill the spark if it does not sense that there is enough oil in the engine.

First... re-check the oil level.

2nd... Make sure that the 2 wires on the LOW Oil Lever Sensor assy are totally connected.

After re-verifying the oil level is correct, the LOW Oil Level Sensor is installed and properly connected.... Check for spark once again.

If you still do not have spark then:
Disconnect ONE wire from the LOW Oil Level Sensor and check for spark again. You should have spark.

If you do have spark remove the LOW oil sensor and clean it with fresh oil. If you have an oiler squirt it in the holes on the side of the LOW Oil Level Sensor

(The LOW Oil Level Sensor will be on the side of the crank case of the engine. Usually on opposite side of the engine as the Oil fill hole / dip stick.)

I think this will get you going again but if not just respond via comments and we will get back to you.

Thanks for using FixYa.


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