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    Beta Coupe 2000ie 1983

    Hello everybody

    Problem with no spark on 2000 ie . Sensors are new, coil is ok. Every connections measured. I suspect the module Digiplex MED 401a
    wwhere I can find the diagram or info how to check/measure it ?
    Any suggestions ?

    Jacekr35

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    Re: Beta Coupe 2000ie 1983

    Many years ago I had a 2000ie HPE with Digiplex which was also a non starter. I could not find any info on the unit but did have access to electronic test equipment. I opened the unit up and identified a dry solder joint, basically a break between a component and a PCB. Repaired the car started and ran. There should be plenty of ECU specialists who can check the unit for you, it is compared to current technology relatively simple.

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    Re: Beta Coupe 2000ie 1983

    Also verify the pickup in the dizzy. The wires frequently get cracked or frayed.

    Dave

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    Re: Beta Coupe 2000ie 1983

    Quote Originally Posted by LanciaDave View Post
    Also verify the pickup in the dizzy. The wires frequently get cracked or frayed.

    Dave
    New coil and cables. No spark from the coil main cable to dizzy.

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    Re: Beta Coupe 2000ie 1983

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil-m View Post
    Many years ago I had a 2000ie HPE with Digiplex which was also a non starter. I could not find any info on the unit but did have access to electronic test equipment. I opened the unit up and identified a dry solder joint, basically a break between a component and a PCB. Repaired the car started and ran. There should be plenty of ECU specialists who can check the unit for you, it is compared to current technology relatively simple.
    I will get the second module this week so will check if it will work.

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