my miisubihi gt3000vr4 twinturbo lost spark to one coil than the other only one left replaced the coil was not it anyone know what is wrong?

Asked by Mar 24, 2014 at 08:49 PM about the 1992 Mitsubishi 3000GT 2 Dr VR-4 Turbo AWD Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

92 3000gtvr4 twin turbo lost fire to one coil wile in the parking lot one day came home and lost one more replaced the coil was not it could it be the timing belt? any one know about this ?

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How old are your spark plugs? A fouled out plug will cause a no spark issue with its coil. Remove both plug wires from coil and put two spare wires and plugs on that coil. Make sure both are grounded on metal of the motor and have someone turn the engine over. If they then fire properly inspect/replace the plugs and plug wires. If your lucky that will be your issue if not it's either cam/crank position sensor or the ecu. Daniel can help better if it's an ecu issue.

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not the timing belt sounds more like ECU or PTU issues to me here start with the easiest thing between the 2 http://www.stealth316.com/2-pwrtransunit.htm

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