2 tests done today:
1: shortened the two point in the testbox to run the pump. Pumped 1 liter in 30sec or so.
2: ran engine with strobelight connected to one ht lead. Flashed ok until engine died.
So ignition is faulty someway i think, unless the ecu actually cuts ignition in some cases?
Measured according to haynes the A and C poles of the primary coil, got 0 ohms.
Fine.. a short.. but as curious as i am i tried to measure as i should if it had been
a 95+ engine (between A and B), should not have done that, beacuse there i have correct impedance = 0.7ohm.
So now i am confused. IS haynes wrong? Is my distributor changed to a 95+ model's?
Haynes should have written:
if measuring A and B on a 93 engine, there should be either nothing or a fairy..