1996 Plymouth Neon 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 156000 miles
I know this problem has been answered in different ways before, but here is my issue. I was working alone trying to test the wire to the coil to see if it got current while cranking, this was going to tell me if I need to replace the coil. So I stick my tester through the wire and set it in a way that I could see it from the inside of the car. I then cranked the engine and did see the tester light, but then it stopped. Only when I went back to the front did I see why, The tester was grounding on the engine ever so slightly when I turned the engine over. Normally this would have blown a fuse, but there is no fuse for this wire. Question is - What did I screw up, the computer?
I tested the orange/green I think it was. The one that is supposed to have power when you crank, three wires, this one was in the middle. I used a test light.
have the same problem?
Saturday, August 1st, 2009 AT 10:05 PM