To check for spark at the spark plugs, you can use a known good spark plug or spark tester. A spark tester doesn't cost much. Don't pull a plug from engine. You can use a phillips screwdriver, pull spark plug wire loose, use tester or screwdriver in boot, hold close to engine ground/metal part, engine cranking watch for spark to jump. When I hold it in my hand, I usually feel the spark, I don't like secondary ignition voltage, it will bite. Do you have plug wires or is that a housing that sits on top of plugs? I would suggest not holding anything in your hand, that's up to you. Secondary ignition voltage hasn't killed me yet, but, I still don't like it.
As far as injector pulse, use a noid lite. The auto stores sells them.
Friday, February 18th, 2011 AT 7:22 PM