Question about 1988 Chevrolet Celebrity
Ecm is producing 12.5v; ignition module and primary and secondary resistance check ok. crank sensor checks ok, even tried a new sensor for the heck of it but car still won't start. Checked multiple plugs, no spark. I did have a power steering fluid leak that did get the crank sensor and harness wet (saturated) but looks ok. Not sure though. HELP!!!!
If your are sure that the ignition module and coil are good,then check your pick-up coil.It is inside the distributor cap,close to the module.The ECM does not produce the voltage to the coil.The voltage comes from the a fused 12v source.
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