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Battery put on reverse, won't start

Replaced 80amp fuse and one 15amp, coil, new battery,
engine turns over on start but no spark to fire

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  • bruce266 Jan 09, 2009

    Yes pos. to neg. replaced the 80amp alternator fuse the other fuse is n/a I wondered if I blew the ignition control moduel?

  • bruce266 Jan 10, 2009

    I just replaced the igniter, Still not geting spark to plugs, where do I go from here?

  • Jackson Hisey
    Jackson Hisey May 11, 2010

    Have you tried a new ECM?

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What were the 2 fuses for that you replaced? is there a fuse for the e.c.m.? and what do you mean by battery put on reverse? do you mean you hooked pos. to neg. and neg.to pos? or what? need more info.

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  • ccn7 Jan 09, 2009

    the i.c.m. can be chk.at your locial auto parts store like napa or autozone. you might have burnt up alot of things. but there are safeguards, like fusible links, and fuses. if your going to the parts store you might want to take your alt. along to be chk. to just to be on safe side.

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