Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Am
Grab a Spark tester from a parts store if you believe it is not firing, and locate the coil packs. Plug the tester on to the coil pack, and in to the corresponding plug wire when you turn it over you will see spark if it's working. If a coil is not working, switch it with another coil and see if the good coil has spark in the same position as the one that appeared bad. If the good coil also does not fire from that position, thecontrol module is bad. The control module is the plate that the coil packs sit on it is quite easy to replace by removing the coils, however not the cheapest part, hopefully it is the coil for your sake.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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