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Old 02-20-10, 06:30 PM
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ignition question

i have a friend who just installed a 13B RE in his FD an is using a LT10 w/ an X4. We did the wiring to the coils just like the diagram said and he isnt getting any spark. He is using 4 Trailing TII coils. Any help would be greatly appreciated. From the X4 there are 5 wires going to the coils 4 of them are ground wires going to the individual coils and one ground wire going to a body ground.
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Old 02-20-10, 08:07 PM
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are you getting rpm any rpm?if not check you cas.
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I didn't wire up the CAS but if that's not wired properly it will cause it not to get spark at the coils?
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you need to wire the cas to get the fuel and spark to work
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what i meant by i didnt wire up the CAS is that i personally didnt wire it up but the CAS is wired and plugged. If it isnt wired up correctly will it cause the coils not to fire?
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not sure if the coils will not fire if the cas its wired wrong but make sure that the cas its wire correctly and the plug of the cas its in good shape.
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Old 02-27-10, 06:39 PM
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Thanks for all the support. CAS was not wired correctly. Shes alive.
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good to hear have fun.
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