Question about 1986 Pontiac Fiero
Posted by Anonymous on
Likely the ignition control module. When cranking does the tach register a couple hundred rpm? If the tach doesn't register the ICM is the likely culprit. It's in the distributor. You unscrew two little screws (don't lose 'em), take the module to a parts store, have it tested, get a new one, have it tested, use the heat sink paste that comes with it, use one of those telescoping magnet things to start the screws, plug in the connectors, put the cap back on, vrrroom.
Posted on Feb 26, 2016
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