talon not getting fire to coil plug on 1&4

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Asked by Oct 14, 2013 at 01:58 PM about the 1997 Eagle Talon 2 Dr ESi Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the plug to the coil is getting power to positive and the side 2&3 plug wires but is not getting power to the 1 & 4 side any suggestions

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does the coil have power at 14 and 23 caz its hard to understand what your trying to say but if it does i would try a new coil

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Sorry for the short detail the problem is where not getting fire to the coil. What I was trying to explain is the plug that plugs into the coil the first slot is getting power and it's for bank 3&4 on the coil. the center is getting fire and it's the positive and the third is for bank 1&4 and it's not getting fire. We have replaced the computer cam shaft positioning sencor and crank shaft positioning sencor and still have the same problem. We are running out of things to try someone said the wire might have a bad spot in it haven't tried to look at that yet. Starting to get frustrated. thanks for your answer and trying to answer.

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Sorry 2&3 are getting power and 1&4 isn't

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sorry i have not gotten back to you in awhile but have you tried the power transistor under the coil pack caz thats what really controls the coil

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can check the engine speed detection caz that is in line with 14 coil control

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this should help

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