No spark and ruled out distributor and coil. Now on to the Computer. Is this a good idea? I heard it has to be flashed at a GM dealer. Fuel pump is not kicking on but probably because of the spark issue.
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try starting the car and while running disconnect the negative battery cable,if the car still runs turn on the head lights,if the car dies the alternator is weak. I think its weak and can charge the battery as long as the lights are off,but cant keep up when theyare on. so if drive most of the time in the day time you are ok as long as you dont have to start the car too many times. when you drive with the lights on and the engine slows to an idle like when you park the car dies. make sense?