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Old 11-15-2002, 01:07 PM
lewise lewise is offline
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Join Date: Jan 2001
Location: Northern Virginia
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joe,, again tell me how do I check to see if the coil is getting signal? I understand that the crank position sensor feeds in to the ezl, and then it into the coil. I'm pretty sure that theres no juice coming out of the coil wire going to the rotor, since I clamped and inductive timing light around the coil lead, and cranked the motor: no light, I figure it should have lit up continuosly. To check for signal, how do you do that... I'm assuming it one(or both) of the small (small bolt and nut) arrangement on the top of the coil. I see that one side appears to be grounded,,,,,,can you use a test light or DMM to check for voltage across those points????

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