there is no power supply to the coil pack of my 1.6 bantam

Asked by Feb 17, 2019 at 07:28 AM about the 2007 Ford Bantam

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

theres no spark to plugs, no power supply to coil pack, where is the crank
sensor located in a 2007 1.6 bantam bakkie

10 Answers

3,635

The crank angle sensor is located by the fly wheel. Has the engine been replaced at any time ? The Fly wheel for the 2007 onwards is slightly different from the earlier engines , as this engine has 26 minus two teeth , compaired with the earlier engine which has 36 minus ONE teeth as a pick up for the crank angle sensor.

nothing done on the engine, the car overheated, then i replaced head gasket but the temperature gauge still shows that the engine is overheating.

3,635

Sounds like a thermostat problem. Check the Thermostat.

i have checked crank sensor an its ok but theres still no power supply to the coil pack, only the common wire is responding, the other two wires dead

3,635

The center wire to the coil pack is the live, There should be an ignition 12volt power supply there. The two outside terminals are both feeds to the Computer Box (PCM). these two are earthed at a frequancy through the PCM. The ignition power to the center pin on the coild pack will be the same as the power to the injectors. Check for open circuit between the Coild pack and the PCM.

thanks, where is the PCM situated in this vehicle and which relay or fuse is responsible for frequency to the coil?

3,635

The PCM is located on the left side 'A' Pillar, Right side under the dash. I would strongley recomend you take your vehicle to a reputable Auto Electrician or a RMI approved vehicle service outlet or vehicle repairer.

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thanks a lot

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I have a 2007 Ford Bantam Rocam engine, the car starts ok, idle for about 2minutes or more and thereafter suddenly cuts off. I've replaced the coil pack (non-genuine) and leads but still faced with the problem of sudden engine cutoffs while idling. Please help.

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3,635

Check the harness plug at the computer box. It could have water leaking into it.

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