[quote="racefan966"]OK lets check the coil wire what is resistance of it is should be less then 5000 per inch of wire.
Now lets do a voltage supply test to the ignition system ok. First you need to check the starter relay if there is a I term then I need you to disconnect the battery cable between the relay and the starter. If there is no I term on the starter relay then disconnect the wire on the S term. Now at the ignition module I need you to stick the white and red wire with a straight pin.
Now turn the ignition switch on and check the voltage at the red wire it should be near battery voltage.
Now have someone turn the ignition to start possition (like you are going to start it but it will not try to start) check for voltage at the white wire it should be battery voltage.
Now have someone turn the ignition switch to the start possition again and check the voltage at the possitive side of the coil it should be near battery voltage.
Now go ahead and turn the key off and disconnect the voltmeter and remove the pins and hook you starter relay wire back up. If the voltages where less then 8 volts at any point then check the wires going to the ignition switch if all it ok there then replace the ignition switch. Here is a pic of how to hook things up if you need it. The next 2 pics are for reference later if needed.
Do you have a box like this anywhere?
Here is a pic of the wiring for the ignition system. We may need this later.
Ok with the key on the Red wire has 11.75, roughly what the battery is. The white wire ( key in the start position) only gets 1 (one) volt. The coil (key in start position) gets 7.5 volts. So from what you are saying my issue will be between the modual and the ign switch, or possibly the switch its self? If I am correct the box your looking at would be the main computer. Located under the drivers seat? If so then yes
Saturday, March 21st, 2009 AT 10:06 AM