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Position on distributor cap for #1 plug wire on 1.6 litre 92 geo storm

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These can have many pages and many year-to-year and model variations.
Check Haynes and Chilton for an aftermarket service manual for your car. They are between ~$17-$30 and will earn their money back many times over and available online and at most any auto parts store.

Posted on Oct 07, 2008

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SOURCE: 91 geo storm gsi, car will crank over but won't

ck the timing belt open up the oil cop see if the valves are moveing crank it over if it cranks over fast its a timing belt

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a 92 geo tracker but will not start,

CHANGE THE ELECTRIC COIL ,CHANGE THE FUEL FILTER, THEN START ,IF NO START REMOVE THE FILTER IF WET THEN OK: BUT IF BONE DRY THEN YOU NEED NEW FUEL PUMP

Posted on Oct 27, 2009

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SOURCE: need plug wire sequence for 92 geo storm

1-3-4-2 from distrib starts 1

Posted on Jun 08, 2010

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Does a distributor from a 1993 geo storm gsi 1.8 fit a 1993 geo storm base?


most probably not, the GSi has a different head. Base has a 12 valve, GSi has a 16V. Check for part numbers. Do you need just the cap or the entire distributor?

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1990 geo storm sohc is running rough. Parts that are new: cap, rotor, plugs wires,plugs, pickup coil, and the ignition module looks brand new. The coil is old, but is still sending spark through all t


the timing is 180 degrees out so ignore where no 1 lead should be and rewire the HT leads to the new position for no1 cylinder. The crank timing mark should be on 10 degrees advanced. Engines are timed off the crank position so forget the cam position.
Or you can start again. Remove no 1 plug and turn the engine over until you feel compression under your finger over the plug hole. Set the timing on the crank to 10 degrees before tdc. Position the distributor so that the point of the star is directly opposite the exciter coil in the distributor. The rotor button should now be facing no 1 cylinder plug lead adjust the HT leads so that they will fire in the 1342 firing order. Start the engine and with a timing light attached to no 1 plug lead adjust the timing mark to specifications by turning the body of the distributor.

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1990 geo storm sohc is running rough. Parts that are new: cap, rotor, plugs wires,plugs, pickup coil, and the ignition module looks brand new. The coil is old, but is still sending spark through all the...


I would look into replacing the coil even though it is sending spark it might not be enough and I would go through and just double check all my wires as well as the firing order because if it's off just a little it will make the car run rough

Nov 06, 2014 | 1990 Geo Storm

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I need a wiring diagram for the ignition control module and distributor on a 2.8 litre v6 motor


OKAY STANDING IN FRONT OF ENGINE ON LEFT SIDE CYLINDERS FACING YOU IS 1 3 5 ON RIGHT SIDE DRIVER SIDE CYLINDERS FACING YOU IS 2 4 6 LOOKING AT DISTRIBUTOR CAP NUMBER 1 SPARK PLUG ON CAP IN THE 9 OCLOCK POSITION YOUR NUMBER 5 SPARK PLUG ON DISTRIBUTOR CAP IN 6 OCLOCK POSITION .STARTING AT NUMBER 1 SPARK PLUG ON CAP COUNTING CLOCKWISE COUNTING 1 2 3 4 5 6 THATS YOUR SPARK PLUGS WIRES ON CAP TO ENGINE PLUGS. 6 PLUG WIRE ON CAP IS AT 7 OCLOCK POSITION.

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Need plug wire sequence for 92 geo storm


1-3-4-2 from distrib starts 1

Jun 08, 2010 | 1992 Geo Storm

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Car starting


There are several problems that can cause this behavior, Is it cold where you are? If so the geo's have a known issue with starting in cold weather.

If not then here is a list of possible issues

1.) Cracked or damaged ignition coil and/or primary wire.
2.) Fuel Pump.
3.) Clogged fuel injectors (Engine will run rough when it does run if this is the case)
4.) Badly worn spark plugs, Spark Plug wires, Distributor cap and/or rotor.

*** WARNING *** Your ignition system contains dangerous voltage levels that could seriously injure or kill anyone coming into contact with the spark. Be sure to use insulated pliers or a spark tester and follow the instructions. Failure to do so could cause serious injury or death.

Tests to confirm:
1.) Purchase a spark tester from your local auto parts store, Connect a spark plug wire to the tester and connect the tester as described in its documentation, Have a friend crank your engine and watch for a bright blue spark, The spark should happen frequently and with a rythm, If it seems to skip alot proceed to test #4. If you dont see a spark at all the ignition coil is to blame, Even if you do see a spark, It should be bright blue and clearly visible in daylight, If it is then your ignition coil is doing its job.

2.) Get a pressure gague and hook it up to the fuel line, Turn the key off and on several times (Dont start the engine) if the pressure doesn't rise when the key is turned to on, Your fuel pump may be faulty, Even if it does rise it should reach 15 PSI, If it doesnt then replace the fuel pump and fuel pressure regulator.
3.) You would have to remove the injectors. I recommend you have a mechanic check to see if this is the problem.
4.) Remove the distributor cap and check the rotor for carbon tracking (A black line on the end that touches the cap) if you see that, Replace the cap and rotor and try test #1 again. If the rotor and cap are in good condition, reinstall them.

Jan 20, 2009 | 1992 Geo Storm

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