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I have a 2.4 four cylinder, I have checked all the connections and found two where the connectors were cracked. I replaced the cracked connectors with new ones with the exact same thing and then shrink wrapped them to make sure that they were secure. I have checked what I believe to be all of the grounds and there were a couple that were a little corroded so I cleaned them with a wire brush and emery paper and replaced them. The area where they attached to the body or car was also cleaned.
ok, with the key on, remove the connector from one of the coils and see if there is a wire with 12 volts. There should be ignition voltage present at all coils with key on. Roy
It should be a white wire. The white green is the return to the pcm.
Thank you very much, I am not where the car is so I will have to wait until tomorrow to give the last suggestion a try. How does this work am I done after I disconnect with you today? I paid the $45.00 deposit but I do not want the monthly subscription. I usually always have a qualified mechanic work on my vehicles as I am not a mechanic by trade, I am a Police Captain and I try to stick to what I know. I have a mechanic that is working on this Galant and he was stuck and has had my car forever because he has been busy, and also because the first mechanic I had is very sick with cancer and couldn't finish the car. I ended up with the mechanic I have now by default he was actually recommended by my original mechanic and so far Dale has been very good but as I said originally he is very busy. He was trying to help Mike my original mechanic because he got sick, From what I have seen Dale is certified and seems to know what he is doing, as I said earlier I was just trying to assist him because I really need my car running. Anyhow long story short, will I have to pay the deposit if we terminate this session today? I thought I saw something I have 7 days free. Please advise