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Problems with my ignition Module (92 Pontiac Bonneville SE 3.8L)

Hello.

I'm having problems to find out what's wrong with my car's ignition module, I already changed it because no sparks were at, I already chequed my cables and everything, have gas pressure, everything, but it just won't work.

Do you know where the module gets power?? Is it directly from battery or has another device that powers it??.

Thank you very much for your help.

Vik.

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  • 2114g Jan 10, 2009

    I have allready replaced the module and coil pack, checked all fusses and still no spark at all

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Your Crank sensor is broken. You have to pull the Harmonic balancer off, it is behind it.

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Replaced crank and cam sensors and had igntion module tested, everything is good. still no start. module getting power no spark, anybody have this problem?

Posted on Aug 14, 2010

  • mayberryfan8 Mar 26, 2011

    I HAVE A 92 PONTIAC WITH THE SAME PROBLEM, REPLACED EVERYTHING U DID PLUS FUEL PUMP ,COMPUTER, CHANGED THE IGINITIN THING 3 TIMES, I HAVE SPENT SO MUCH MONEY ON IT, IT WONT EVEN START FOR ME TO TAKE AND TRADE OFF.

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    Hector Garza Apr 30, 2014

    try or check the coolant sensor, i was stumped with such problem until i checked sensor, it was leaking internally to the wire connection which allowed the computer to shut down

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The modul get a signal from the crank sensor & the cam sensor telling it when to fire the ign. coils

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I had the same problem. It turned out to be a bad negative wire on the plug/wire harness itself. Uhhg took me forever to find it!

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