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Old 01-25-2005, 00:38   #1 (permalink)
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´86 V6 ignition problem

Hi!

I started engine one morning and it stayed alive for 10 seconds. After that there is no ignition so the engine doesnt start at all. I checked the ignition coil and ignitor and theres no problems,they work.

So i think it got something to do with ECU. Where is the ECU block anyway situated? Does anyone have diagram for the ignition system?

If anyone can help, please do!
With best wishes from Estonia.
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