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Re: 95 Grand Prix wires, don't know where to go??
One cylinder at the front of the motor will be closer to you.... that's number one.... i would suggest you take a trip to the public library and check out a chiltons or haynes manual. often the coil pack will be numbered but you have to know what cyclinder is which. be that as it may if you locate number one... the one on the other side of the motor will be two... don't assume that the spark plug wires are in the correct firing order on the coil pack... on my windstar they like to see if you are paying attention and on one side of the pack it is number 4 cyclinder then 6 and then 5.
If it backfires when you are done the order is wrong.
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there is a little chip on the side of the key that can cause a problem if its damaged . i had that problem with my 95 pontiac grand prix se . service engine light could mean oxygen sensor or map sensor. have auto zone check the codes with a accu scan tool or see if they will loan you one for an hour.
. You're not going to believe this but the firing order is actually 1-2-3-4-5-6. Your particular vehicle uses coilpacks. Cylinders 1 & 4 share the same coil, 2 & 5 also share the same coil. And lastly, 3 & 6 share the third coil. Hope this helps.
The evidence suggests that you do indeed have a bad fuel injector. Inspect the wiring to make sure you don't just have a poor electrical connection there - then if that looks good replace the injector.
the coilpacks are labeled 1-6 designating which cylinder the wire goes too,i am 90% sure that the side closest to the radiator is 1-3-5 and the "firewall" side is 2-4-6, i usually take 1 at a time loose ;)
There is no way to override the security system that I know of.You probably have a bad ignition cylinder.This is the part that the key goes into.Unless you know the resistance of that key and then you need to get a resistor of that resistance and put it in the wiring from the ignition cylinder on the wire that goes to the pcm.This will enable the pcm to allow fuel to the engine.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Make sure you did not close any of the gaps on the plugs completely. Make sure you did not swap wires. Worst case scenario may have a bad plug. Hopefully you didn't drop anything in the cylinder hole when changing the plugs.
Hello fosch: My name is Roger and I will help you. The code p0305 is a cylinder specific misfire code. The cylinder is #5. This could be a bad plug,bad wire a problem in the cylinder or a bad injector. If the motor has the original plus and wires that would be a good place to start. Be sure to use quality parts. Easier to do the job once instead of twice. I would do a compression test on #5 cylinder while the plug is out. Any compression that is less then 100 psi. the cylinder will not fire. Should the compression be any less you will need to find the mechanical problem and repair it before you will fix the misfire problem. Should you need further help please just ask. I will be glad to assist you. Please rate the answer. This way i know it was helpful. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger