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30rulz
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Total posts: 24
posted September 04, 2002 09:46 PM
I have a 318 chrysler ignition with no fire to the plugs, it has a lean burn system that is plugged in and has voltage to the coil. can any one help me troubleshoot this as i usually drive a chevy

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Brad haddix
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 56
posted September 05, 2002 06:02 AM
try changing the coil?

Deek
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Total posts: 45
posted September 06, 2002 03:25 PM
Dump the lean burn and wire in a regular ECU with coil and ballast resistor. You can get what you need off any number of older Dodge cars/trucks in the junkyard. The Mopar Performance engine book has a simplified wiring diagram or you can extract that info from any Haynes/Chilton book for the appropriate car/truck model.

carscomefirst
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Total posts: 45
posted September 06, 2002 08:18 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Deek:
Dump the lean burn and wire in a regular ECU with coil and ballast resistor. You can get what you need off any number of older Dodge cars/trucks in the junkyard. The Mopar Performance engine book has a simplified wiring diagram or you can extract that info from any Haynes/Chilton book for the appropriate car/truck model.

I agree, the lean burn system is prob. the worst ign. system ever made. I think that a 8n ford has a better system.lol


Brad haddix
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Total posts: 56
posted September 19, 2002 05:10 AM
go to moparchat circle track forum. there is a wiring set-up with a GM hei module that eliminates ballast resister and control box. its real simple, check it out.

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