Question about 2000 Chevrolet Impala
After getting a new battery and making sure gas was coming in nicely, I understand that sparks are not getting to the spark plugs to make the explosion happen. Problem is, I do not know where to look to find the defective part and replace it myself, as I'm in no condition to pay for towing and professional mechanic services. Can you help me? If so, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks a bunch.
Is the check engine light on
Its either the cps as stated above or the coil pack which is what the spark plug wires go to
Posted on Sep 25, 2012
The most common problem with the car not getting fire is the crank position sensor . it is located either behind the pulleys on the crank shaft , or mounted on the block
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