Question about 1992 Chevrolet Corvette
You need to check your codes from the ecm, and it will tell you what is wrong.
Posted on Jul 28, 2012
It sounds as if the Ignition Control Module has failed. Remove the easiest spark plug you can reach. Reattach the plug wire and clamp the plug down to the valve cover or something that will make a good ground or electrical path. Have someone crank the engine while you watch to see if there is a spark across the electrodes. DON'T HOLD THE PLUG WHILE YOU DO THIS, IT WILL KNOCK YOU ON YOUR ****! If there is no spark chances are the ICM is bad. It's located on the left front behind the Pwr Steer Resevoir on the engine block. You might be able to remove it, 2 small screws, and have it checked out a a parts store. If you don't have any luck with this post your problem on corvetteforum.com. There are many there that will help.
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