it is my understanding that a hall effect sensor can work under water as can an EJ coil pack.
with an older offroad rig with a distributor,if the distributor gets wet the car wont work because the water interferes with the rotors ability to deliver spark to the individual terminals.
would it be possible to drive a EJ coilpack without the computer?I know the EJ's use a cam angle sensor to tell the position of the engine..
I know the EJ coil packs have three wires.So does that mean there is 12V,ground,and signal. which would mean that it fires all four terminals at once.
or is it 12V, 1/3,2/4 and then grounded through the engine?
Edited by Uberoo, 02 June 2010 - 04:15 PM.