Question about 1994 Pontiac Grand Am
The 94 Grand Am that won't start is getting gas however, I can't put an in line spark tester because there aren't any spark plug wires. How can I determine if there is spark with an engine that uses the ICI (ignition control module)?
Pull off the hat and lay it up on the wipers. Run plug wires from the coil adapter towers to the plugs. Run a ground wire to ground the hat. Check for spark with a spark tester one wire at a time. Don't get near it when you have a friend crank it, there is enough voltage in the ignition system of a 2.3 quad 4 to kill you. I'm not kidding, just be careful.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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