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Ignition Coil wiring
Posted 20 September 2003 - 11:48 AM
i swapped one of my ignition coils out of one of my cars one
day and when i returned i couldnt figure out which one went where anyhow when i wired it up inncorrectly i turned the key and heard a click or a pop and the dash turned off.i checked the fuses and they were still good
anyhow this is what id like to know
1) wiring directions to the coil
2) what that pop could have been
this is about a 86 XT turbo 2wd
i appreciate your help,
Posted 20 September 2003 - 01:40 PM
After you get the power back you can check for power to the coil lead with the ignition on, the leads to the coil disconnected, and isolated from ground. The lead with the voltage on it should go to the plus side of the coil and I think the rest of the leads should go the the minus side of the coil.
Posted 22 September 2003 - 05:59 PM
all the yellow wires to the coil are on the negative terminal, and the balck wire with the white stripe, and anything with a red contact is the positive side.
and the little capacitor radio noise supressor goes to the positive coil terminal
Posted 23 September 2003 - 05:00 PM
originally she had a stripped timing belt, so i took car of that along with new accessory belts as well....
then the starter was clicking but not spinning (it had been before i did the belts)
so in checking the wiring to the starter, i found a female connector that was all gunked up (little black plastic clip)
that looked like it was supposed to attach to the starter right behind the heavy positive lead that comes from the battery.
so i disconnected the main positive and negative leads from the starter and the trans respectivly, cleaned the leads and reconnected them along with that spare wire that seemed like it was supposed to be hooked up...
i got in , and got my "door ajar" dinging sound, and then turned the key. this time, no clicking, nothing! not even my door sound now.
everything was connected tight and clean, and the battery is/was good.
i already bought a new starter, but was hoping that little wire was my problem and i wouldn't have to put a new starter on the car.
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i need to get this thing running, it's been sitting here for 2 weeks, and i'm really sick of driving my friend to work everyday!
thanks in advance,
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