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No spark changed coil and module still no spark?

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Most GM cars have TWO coils, one is located INSIDE the dist.
It is almost worth it to buy a new one as opposed to rebuilding you old one. Try a different dist. see if problem follows it.

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Check voltage from your wiring or OHM. it out for continuity with a voltmeter

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SOURCE: no spark at plugs but spark at coil with new ign module and picku

Check the coil wire from coil to distributor cap.

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SOURCE: no fuel or spark on my 89 chevy k5 blazer

simply take any kind of extra spark plug. detach the coil wire from the distributor cap. place the spare spark plug in the end of the coil wire. touch the spark plug to a grounded metal. in the mean time get someone to turn the engine over. if you see spark. then your coil is firing if not you know what your problem is.

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SOURCE: I have a 1997 nissan quest and no I changed coil

I guess you have checked the sparkplug and power wires and they are ok. In that case the only thing left is the electronics module of the engine -  go to a repair shop and connect it to a tester, it's most likely fried . You can't fix that, replace it

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SOURCE: 1992 chevy lumina has no

CHECK THE SPARK PLUG AND THE CABLES AND ENGINE FUSE. REPLACE IF NECESSARY.

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SOURCE: no spark checked coils changed

check all fuses and relays,may be faulty computer

Posted on Jan 02, 2010

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