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There is a problem with installing the k20 coil, I use g4+civic link96, and my engine is b18cr


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3 minutes ago, Adamw said:

Yes, try adding or subtracting 360deg from your present trigger offset.  You may be sparking on exhaust stroke rather than compression stroke.

Can you help me confirm that my wire signal is correct? Igt (+5vol) I insert the ecu, the ground I install the screw of the distributor,the +12v I use the blk/yel cable of the distributor. Is this method correct?

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33 minutes ago, Adamw said:

Yes your wiring sounds correct 

Thank you for your confirmation. Why does my coil1 become hot and cause damage? Could it be caused by incorrect trigger offset? My trigger offset is now -85. I read the previous comments and they put it around 274. Is this correct?
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17 hours ago, Adamw said:

The only thing that can make the coil heat is either wrong wiring, or the spark edge is set wrong like I mentioned in the first post.

My engine can work normally, but the rpm can't work. I know I need to add tacho booster to operate it. I want to know if I can use this in the photo to operate it?

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