Question about 1989 Chevrolet Astro Cargo
CHANGED SPARK PLUGS, DISTRIBUTOR CAP, ROTOR, COIL, FUSE
So all the plugs on that side doesn't get spark.Doesn't sound right the ignition system doesn't separate sides.The problem might be something else.It could be anything from a bad injector to a bad map sensor to a vacume leak.Not sure where to go next except to start at the basics,check fuel pressure compression and timing.to start and see what thay are.I hope this helps as it is hard to remote diag a problem.Let me know of any findings if you can't get it fixed.Please give a rating if you can Thanks
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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