Question about 1993 Pontiac Firebird
I have changed distributor cap and rotor,wires,plugs,ful filter,cat converter,also did compresion check,fuel presure check,still just cranks but wont start
A hall effect sensor senses a magnetic cylinder inside of a piston and sends an electronic signal to a processor. These are widely used in food/product packaging. I have a '93 formula myself and am unaware of any of these sensors on the car/engine.
Only thing I can think of is my firebird went through about 3 distributors in five years. So far the one in there now is running well. But you'll experience hard starts and stalls if this is tanking on ya.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
Have you checked the hall effect sensor? that is possibly what it may be
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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