Thank you nicksudekum i had the same problem with my 93 grand am gt i hooked a load tester to the batt and the positive hot wire started to crackle and fizz i replaced the connector just like you said and my car started right back up thank you so much for your help
This happened to me on my 93 grand am. I also like you got new sensors and a new computer which did not fix the problem. It turned out to be a cracked wire at the battery. Thats right a wire on the positive side of the battery that wasn't even broke all the way through. I re spliced the wire and VAROOOOM it fired right up.
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Not likely. With 3 cylingers out, it would not run. When you have one coil, and spark different at any plug, it has to be wires. Not unusual to have 2 bad wires. Switch with one thought to be good before buying anything. Check the voltage at suspect injector, with test light. Should flicker. If flickers, swap injector with one thought to be good. Buy only parts known to be bad by comparison.
Hi,there. I would suggest you do a compression test to verify that the cyl head was installed correctly.If the compression is good,i would check for codes stored in the computer and go from there.Good Luck!!!