Question about 1995 Buick Regal
I had just changed the spark plugs and whires on my 95 Buick Regal. Now when I drive the car for aproximatily 8 miles, the engine gets hot and will not start. Is it the ignition module unit or the ignition coil? Teresa
It could be neither, If your engine is getting too hot, it can be in the cooling system, like the water pump, radiator, belt and the like, or engine timing may be off, and so forth. You even may have low coolant or a head gasket problem or cracked head, depending on the diagnostics. Just changing the spark plugs by themselves will not make the engine run hot, and while you can have ign module, etc failure when the engine is at normal operating temperatures, they by themselves should not make the engine run hot. Hope this helps you, Rick
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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