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Good Evening, the first thing to check since you changed all the rest I would ask if you have checked fuel pressure. If you have not yet, just try spraying a little starting fluid into the throttle body once you remove the air cleaner. and if it starts there is a good chance your fuel pump went out, or the relay. Hope this points you in the right direction.
go to library sec629 and look in a chilton repair book for plug wire order--u probly only hav 2 or 3 crossed-did u get them new too-they wear inside tho the outside rubber is good-cudda caused the initial miss
i have a 1989 cadillac deville 2 door front wheel drive i just changed the fuel filter in it and i pour fuel injection cleaner in the gas tank. when i pour gas in the carberator it gives a little start to the car and it started the car but it wont stay on. i just bought a new battery for it but i havent tried it out yet just because the positive wire going to the battery was bad so i cut the wire and gonna put a new wire for it do you have any suggestions what is wrong with it. it has been sitting for a couple years.......and it does start it just turns over......
on the intake manifold you will see 8 numbers, this is your firing order
from the front of the car the left side numbers are 1,3,5,7 and the right side are 2,4,6,8. now ont the distributor cap there should be a number 1 at one of the plug towers. you start there with #1 plug wireand continue.
on a chevy the firing order is 18436572 and this is the order you put the wires on the cap. now the second problem i don't know right off hand which way the rotor turns on your engine. so remove the cap and crank the engine over and see which way the rotor turns, this is the order you put the wires back on the cap. hope this helps
i have two codes on my 92 cadillac sadan deville that read e 12 and e 96. i understand what they both mean. e12 is 'no distributor signal', and the other e 96 is 'torque convertor is overstrewsed'. i know that the toruque convertor is a big project itself, so im goin to send that into the professionals. but i might be able to fix the distributor, if it is the cap, or a false ground wire which hopefully it is. there is about 170,000 mi, and have gone threw alot of parts that i installed myself, but im not goin to let her go yet she still got alot of miles to go. i just need help on checking out the distributor cap for replacement.