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    im getting no power to the coil, main relay is fine, ignition key tumbler is fine, fuse is fine.. any suggestions ?

  • #2
    Got the correct wiring diagram for your car? I would be probing the ignition switch to confirm power is going out when ignition is on.

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    • #3
      Check for fuel. If there is none AND there's no spark then it's most likely the crank position sensor, or, the ECU.
      Ron ///Man

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      • #4
        I had no spark on an e28 525e recently (same 2 x sensors in bell housing) and I was getting power to the coil at 12+, but the coil was not being grounded by the ECU (signal). It was a faulty crank sensor. If he is not getting power to 12+ on the coil then its a wiring or ign switch issue....

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        • #5
          I found the problem, it was the on -board computer relay box, itís behind the ABS control box under the dash.. I jumped the green & green & red wire and it started right up.. Thanks for the replyís and Iím really grateful it didnít burn..

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