Question about 1993 Geo Prizm
My daughter has a 93 prizm that will not start. When I first looked at it, it made no noise at all when we turned the ignition. On further inspection, I found the 100a fuse in the "FL Block" section of the fuse box open. When attempting to remove the fuse, it broke and I was not able to extract it. When I shorted the two posts together, the engine will turn over nicely, but will not fire. What component do you think is most likely the cause of the burnt 100a fuse? Could it be the primary side of the coil, and therefore no spark?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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