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I have a 1995 Pontiac Grand Am the car will not start it has no problems with module, coils, altenator and new starter and ignition switch. but coils are not firing and fuel pump doesnt engage???

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    number 6 coil not firing, replaced coil and module. car will not start

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It could be the timing belt. How many miles?

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