Question about 1993 Pontiac Bonneville
Charged battery. replaced ignition module. new coil packs. replaced crankshaft sensor. checked fuses related to ignition. cleaned ground wires. will roll car off cliff soon. please help.
I noticed you replace the crankshaft sensor, but not the CAMshaft sensor.
The Ignition module takes the input of both sensors to tell the coil when to energize.
This sensor should come up as an error code when you attach a obd reader.
Even if your light is not on - there may be a code. If it is not your vehicle originally, some people pull the bulb!
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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