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No spark...bad coil??


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#1 simpreza2

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 07:30 AM

I recently bought a accell super stock coil to put into my 92 loyale. I swaped everything out and put in the new coil and the car doesnt have any spark now. I figured it was doa so I threw my stock coil back in and it still wont start. I also have a spar coil from my xt and I tired that one also and it still wont turn over. Im thinking I have some wires not conected or something b/c I know the 2 stock coils were working not even 20 min b4 I switched them around. Any Ideas on whats going on?

And on my loyale there is a sensor on the coil mount. What is it? and what does it do? I dont have it on my xt. and was wondering if it was needed to start the car.

#2 86subaru

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 07:56 AM

when you switched the coils did you by mistake pull on the coil wire ? did you hook up the coil wires right ? check the fuse under the dash

#3 simpreza2

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 04:02 PM

I got the car to start, I just tried to start the car and it did. I also find out that when you move the coil, I had it mounted by the top bolt only, it starts to stall to car. Why does it do this, does it have to do with the coil being grounded?

#4 Cougar

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 09:55 PM

It sure does. If the coil body is not grounded it will break the coil circuit connection so there won't be any current flow to generate the high voltage.




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