Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Am
Have you tested each wire with a spark tester (available at a parts store for around $10) to verify a lack of spark? there are resistance reading for the primary and secondary circuits in the coils that are pretty accurate testing. but that info may only be available from a repair manual. however, you could remove the coils and test all in comparison to each other. no spark from ALL wires would suggest a possible bad crank or cam sensor, or even a bad ignition module
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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