Question about 1994 Pontiac Bonneville
When I first got the car it only missed on hills at higher speeds and putting it into the second drive gear it worked ok. Now it misses almost all the time unless it's in town at slow speed.
Good chance you may have a bad coil, you can check by disconnecting the plug wires at the coil to see if your getting any spark, if your not seeing any spark when car is running your coil is bad. be sure to do disconnect the plug wire when engine is not running and key is off!
New coils run around $26.00 easy to change out, you only need a nut driver, 2 small bolts.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
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