Does the rotor turn when the engine is cranked? If yes, timing belt is ok, if no, timing belt is not ok.
If rotor turns, disconnect hall sensor from side of distributor and check for power across the 2 outer terminals of the connector. Should be
battery voltage (one pin is power, the other is ground).
If power is present, briefly ground the CENTER pin from the hall harness plug to ground with a paper clip or the tip of a test light
attached to ground. Every time the center pin is briefly grounded, you should get a spark (have someone hold the coil wire 1/8"
from a clean engine ground / surface).
Friday, February 22nd, 2013 AT 12:28 AM