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I have a 2000 LS w/2 dead cyls.i changed all 6 coils to no avail. i removed all 6 injectors had them pro.cleaned.no avail. including all new intake gaskets what next?

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You need to find out which coils in not getting 12V in the primary.

A VOM or a test light will help you find the coil with no voltage.


You original OBD-II scan code will give you the location of the non-firing cool.

You will need to ran some temporary wires to the coils.

THE KEY IS TO GET POWER TO THE COILS.

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The next step is to do a compression test to check for rings and/or cylinder damage.
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Do a coolant system compression test to rule out blowing head gasket.
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Check oil for coolant cross mix.
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If all else fail then try a small spray of starting fluid to see can it turn over.


FIX THE WIRE TO THE COIL,without spark the car is not going anywhere.

Good luck





Posted on Jul 17, 2009

  • Vincent_G
    Vincent_G Jul 21, 2009

    Are you able to verify is there any 12V going to the coil?






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