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b16a2 no spark

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by oddballesi, Nov 6, 2008.

  1. oddballesi

    oddballesi New Member

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    after trying to sorting the wiring out i changed the b16 loom over to me z6 one and then back again after i notice some of the sockets were in different places

    The car was running before i done this and now i plugged it back together im getting no SPARK at all it worked before why not now.

    thought it was the dizzy so i checked connections all getting the right voltage i have got a brand new one coming.

    i havent got the o2 sensor plugged in yet and some random nipple plug on the back of the engine anybody think they would affect it

    also everytime i do try and start it theres a strange electrical humming noise

    shouldn't taken it apart but shit happens

    any solutions cheers guys
     
  2. xj0hnx

    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    Grounds, grounds, grounds, and when you're done checking your grounds, check rour grounds.
     
  3. SiR2Coupe

    SiR2Coupe New Member

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    check your ignition coil and igniter see if the coil is any good. check primary secondary resistance
     
  4. 99sidude

    99sidude Moderator Moderator VIP

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    Definitely the grounds. Its almost always the one that bolts to the thermostat housing. That one has gotten me before.
     
  5. Lee7pcNOOb

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    Clean with some carb cleaner or something and sand all of your ground with sandpaper along with the grounding surface, i used that to get a good ground with my swap. and once its sanded cover it up with something, maybe plastic caps
     
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