On the ZMZ0-402 engine, an ignition distributor sensor (1908.3706) is installed - contactless, with a sensor (generator) of control pulses and built-in vacuum and centrifugal ignition timing controllers
The distributor sensor performs two functions: it sets the moment of sparking and distributes high voltage pulses to the cylinders in accordance with the order of their operation. For this, a slider is used, put on the shaft of the distribution sensor.
An interference suppression resistor is installed in the slider.
The switch (1313734) opens the power circuit of the primary winding of the ignition coil, converting the control pulses of the sensor into current pulses in the ignition coil.
Technical characteristics of the ignition system
Cylinder order 1-2-4-3
The direction of rotation of the distributor rotor is counterclockwise
Ignition advance angle max, deg:
- - centrifugal governor 15–18
- - vacuum regulator 8–10
0.8 mm spark plug gap
Slider resistor resistance* 5-8 kΩ
Spark tip resistance 4-7 kOhm
Resistance of the center contact of the cover* 8-13 kOhm
Stator winding resistance 0.4–0.45 kΩ
* On part of the sensors, instead of a resistor, a cover with a central carbon contact is installed
Set the crankshaft to the position corresponding to the ignition timing of 5°.
To do this, on the ZMZ-402 engine (Fig. 1), we combine the middle mark on its pulley with the tide on the block cover (the end of the compression stroke of the first cylinder).
For the UMZ-4215 engine (Fig. 2), we set the first mark on the pulley against the pin on the timing gear cover.
If the distributor sensor is not removed from the engine, then the compression stroke of the first cylinder is determined by removing the distributor cover, the slider should be against the internal contact of the cover, connected by a wire to the spark plug of the first cylinder (Fig. 3).
Otherwise, turn out the candle of the first cylinder
Closing the hole with a paper stopper, rotate the crankshaft
The air that has been pushed out of the plug will indicate the beginning of the compression stroke
Use the “10” key to loosen the octane corrector screw (Fig. 4).
Set its scale to zero division (middle of the scale) (Fig. 5).
Use the “10” key to loosen the screw securing the octane corrector plate (Fig. 6).
Turning the housing of the distribution sensor, we combine the "marks" (the red risk on the rotor and the arrow on the stator).
Holding the sensor in this position, tighten the screw (Fig. 7).
Make sure the slider is against the contact of the cover of the first cylinder and check that the high voltage wires of the remaining cylinders are connected correctly - counting counterclockwise from the first cylinder in order 1-2-4-3.
After you have done everything, check the correct ignition timing while driving.
We start the engine, warm it up and when we have already switched to fourth gear at a speed of 50 - 60 km / h, we sharply press the gas.
If, at the same time, detonation (it sounds like a knock of valves) appears briefly - for 1-3 seconds - the ignition moment is selected correctly.
Prolonged detonation indicates an excessive ignition timing, reduce it by one division with an octane corrector.
The absence of detonation requires an increase in the ignition timing, after which it is necessary recheck.