Question about 1989 Chevrolet Caprice
The two main suspects would be the fuel pump or the ignition module inside of the distributor. You can remove your ignition module from the distributor and have it tested for free at most auto parts stores.
If you install the ignition module (either a new one or the old one), be sure to clean the mounting surface inside of the distributor, and be certain that you completely coat the metal mounting surface of the ignition module with a generous coat of die-electric grease or a die-electric compound. (Do not leave any uncoated contact suface)
Posted on May 14, 2010
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