Secondary ignition probes on 4 cylinders

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Re: Secondary ignition probes on 4 cylinders

Post by Autonerdz » Sat Mar 19, 2016 2:29 pm

What happens in the cse of the KING lead built in to the distributor. I am working on this ka24e engine
Coil in Cap eh? OK, If I recall, there is a ridge on that cap for the bridge between the internal coil and rotor. Place your pickup on that ridge. You have only enough capture time for one event. Please try my other suggestions. Do not use the automotive setup menu. Set it up yourself.

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Re: Secondary ignition probes on 4 cylinders

Post by bonecrusher » Sun Mar 20, 2016 5:25 am

Again thanks for the input

I will try your suggestions
Autonerdz wrote:You have only enough capture time for one event
please elaborate

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Re: Secondary ignition probes on 4 cylinders

Post by Autonerdz » Sun Mar 20, 2016 6:03 pm

bonecrusher wrote:Again thanks for the input

I will try your suggestions
Autonerdz wrote:You have only enough capture time for one event
please elaborate
I was referring to the last capture you posted where you have only enough time/div for one ignition event per screen.

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Re: Secondary ignition probes on 4 cylinders

Post by bonecrusher » Mon Mar 21, 2016 3:41 pm

Got you, thanks.

Still learning the different terms. Spent 10 + hours on youtube watching picoscope vids trying to grasp on what i'm seeing.

Wish I could travel to America for some training. Someday, maybe

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