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96 impreza NO GO (gc8-044..)
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Old 02 May 2010, 09:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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96 impreza NO GO (gc8-044..)

Hello everybody,

still can't get a spark on my impreza!! it's got the seperate coil packs and igniter up on o/s inner wing, managed to do a few tests after getting an ecu pin out from northursalia! got some good stuff on there, wiring pdf etc..have a waveform going in, and an amplified one coming out of amplifier but a lousy live on the +ve coil wires 7v and then all over the place, my question is where does the supply for coils come from! could run in live to test and prob will but to bloody cold outside! where is main relay/ignition relay??? hope to check ecu pin out agianst ecu later, but amplifier seems to be working. ooh also replaced crankshaft sensor and amplifier.

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Old 02 May 2010, 05:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 96 impreza NO GO (gc8-044..)

Was just about to say check main ignition fuse and relay think location is under the bonnet in the fusebox their
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