Question about 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier
Have fuel pressure no spark put new ignition module still wont start
Crank sensor bad maybe - this is what provides the timing for the ignition system
bad -sensor = no spark every time...
The sensor is on the crank case near the crank pulley.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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If their is no spark,replace the ignition module at the inside base of the distributor.If you have spark then it could be a plugged fuel filter or a problem with the fuel line inside the Gas tank.Worst case needs a new engine. spray a shot of starting fluid in to see if its getting fuel. if it still doesn't pop over its an ignition problem. first test to see if there is power at the ignition coil. if yes pull a plug and lay it on the block hooked up to its plug wire and have someone crank it while you watch for spark.(put on the new plug wires),if no spark the module is shot. one of the solutions above should do it. Take care and good luck on it.
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