Chrysler Daytona Car Questions Answered by Mechanic-On-Duty – 15 Messages

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1986 Chrysler Daytona Ignition System Won’t Start Happens always Always

New User Asked – HI! My engine crankes but does’nt start,I have no fire from the coil (brand new),and no gas,when I try to get the fault codes from the ignition key everything goes on in the dash but nothing flashes. Thanks Dan

Roger – Hello Dan, Have you checked all your fuses? Do you have a meter to see what the voltage on the positive post of the ignition coil reads with the key ON?

Is the ballast resistor good?

Roger

Roger – Are we finished here? Please update.

Thanks,

Roger

Roger – Hello. Please update this query!

Thanks,

Roger

New User – HI! sorry if it took so long to many things to do .I have check the fuses they’re ok ,nohting at the coil.Balast resistor? the engine is a 2.2 turbo

Roger – The Ballast Resistor reduces battery voltage that is supplied to the positive post on the ignition coil to around 7-9vdc. What voltage do you show at the coil with the key on?

The ballast resistor is a white ceramic rectangular block about 1/2X 21/2, has wires plugged in at each end and is usually mounted on the firewall. You should be able to trace backwards from the positive post coil wire, to this resistor. If it has failed, you will not have voltage at the coil and that means NO START.

Roger

Roger – Please take the time to update/close this question. I hope to provide the help you asked for. Please update.

Thanks,

Roger

New User – HI. There is no balast resistor on a 2.2 turbo. thanks

Roger – Have you fixed the car? I still want to help if you want me to.

Thank you,

Roger

New User – HI .NO the car is not fix.Thanks

Roger – OK, I’ll hit the Mitchell I data base tomorrow and try to help you plan a repair procedure.

Roger

Roger – Dan, Is this a DODGE DAYTONA? I’m not finding data on a CHRYSLER DAYTONA.

If it is a DODGE, I have a chart I can prepare for you.

Chrysler Daytona

Thanks,

Roger

New User – HI Rodger. Yes it is a 86 dodge daytona ,for wathever reason in Canada it’s a chrysler sorry about that.Thanks Dan

Roger – Hello Dan,

My source for the following information is the Mitchell I Data Base. You may not have access to the Diagnostic Readout Box referred to, but I believe you can gleen from the the steps listed and get the results you want.

TESTING – 2.2L 2.5L TURBO

NO START CONDITION:

1. Disconnect secondary coil wire from distributor. While holding wire approximately 1/4 away from a good engine ground, crank engine. If there is spark, check secondary ignition system components.

If there is no spark, connect an analog voltmeter to the positive coil terminal.

2. Connect Diagnostic Readout Box (C-4805) to engine harness connector. Turn ignition on. Put system in the ATM test mode 01. Voltmeter reading should be 11-12.5 volts. If there is no voltage, repair open circuit between coil and power module.

Connect voltmeter to negative coil terminal. Voltage should pulsate between 1-3 volts.

3. If voltage is okay, replace coil. If voltage pulsates between 0-1 volts, replace coil. If voltage is above 10 volts but does not pulsate, turn ignition off. Disconnect power module 10-way connector.

Using an ohmmeter, check for continuity between negative coil terminal and power module connector 10-way connector cavity No.1.

4. If there is continuity, replace power module. If there is no continuity, repair cavity No.1 wire. If (in step 3), there is 0-1 volt but voltmeter does not pulsate, turn ignition off. Reconnect 10-way connector. Disconnect wire from negative coil terminal.

Connect a voltmeter to negative coil terminal.

5. Put system in ATM test mode No.01. If voltmeter reads above 10 volts, turn ignition off. Disconnect 10-way connector. Using an ohmmeter, check for continuity between 10-way connector cavity No.1 and ground. If there is no continuity, replace power module.

If there is continuity, repair cavity No.1 to ground wire.

I hope this will get you going, please advise,

Roger

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