i have no spark on a 1998 ford escort zx2 ive changed both the crank and cam sensors and also the coil pack

Asked by Jun 29, 2015 at 08:08 PM about the 1998 Ford Escort

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

car was loosing rpms and would stall out but would start right back ive changed the cam
and crank sensors and fuel filter and coil pack now it doesnt have spark to spark plugs
but if i let it sit for alittle while it starts back up fuel pump works fine

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1,565

Does it lose spark after it gets hot?

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

i would say yes cause its doing it when im driving but not all the time one day it might not do it and today it done it twice

1,565

Sounds like ecm has a cracked board. When it gets hot it quits.

will that also cause the rpms to drop and then shoot up to normal while im driving down the road

1,565

Yes it happened to my truck.

i just went outside and car started right up earlier i did notice that the ecm was making a buzzing noise now that the car is running there is no noise from the ecm

1,565

Ecm sounds bad to me .should not buzz.

Best Answer

thank u very much i will change it out tomorrow .......just to make sure its located underneath air intake it has about 20 wires

1,565

Look at this web sight www.autoresourceinternetautoguid.com.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.
1,565

I put in location of ecm of then your car.

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