Question about 1989 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera
Engine is a 2.8. I took the ignition module off and carried it to Autozone to have it checked. They said it was good. I swapped around 2 coils on the module and the same two cylinders still missed. I purchased a new coil and it did not correct the missing problem either. Any ideas on what direction to take next?
Been there, done it all and then my son's buddy told us that it WAS the module. We changed it and the car ran perfectly.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
First change the plugs and wires for these two cylinders then if that doesn't help do a compression test or do the compression test first
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