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My 91 seville runs good and then dies it finally died for good i dont have much money and need help

I tested the fuel pump it holds pressure i took the piece under the distributer i think its the ecm and had it tested its good i dont want to buy a new comp if i dont hafto . the car ran good and then out of nowhere dies when it dies i notice its not getting spark it finally will crank over but no spark at all . some one told me it could be a comp relay i checked all the fuses that i could see under the hood and in the glove box there good . im just a back yard macanac needing some advise also the message box shows service ccr and change engine oil and it wont let me reset it . and when i turn on the heater the blower comes on and bearly blows cold air out of the defrost only is it the computer i dont care about the heat i just want it to run can some one please help

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  • roger_hanlin Oct 12, 2008

    i replaced the coil still nothing

  • pat  murray
    pat murray May 11, 2010

    i would check the pick up coil in the distributor should have 500-1500 ohms if it does not u will need to replace

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I have not heard back from you on the test results and assume you have resolved this issue

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