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Has no spark. replace the control module and still no spark

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First check for power at distribuitor terminal if pwr replace ing coil, if no power check ing switch, also a common problem is some one accidentally cause a spark or short one of the fuse links by the starter may be open check them all.

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Sounds like the problem lies in the profile Ignition Pickup (PIP) i.e Crank Sensor or in the Ignition Control Module (ICM), once the ICM gets the PIP signal, it starts to switch the Ignition Coil on, Once the Ignition Coil gets this switching signal, it starts to Spark away, I think you are not getting signal from PIP to ICM to get spark. I did a quick search online and if you do need to replace your Ignition Control Module this site looks like it has cheap prices, free shipping and great reviews http://www.buyautoparts.com/ignition-control-module.html

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  • When not replaced, vehicle could experience no- or hard start, long crank time, misfire, lack of power, excessive hydrocarbons in oil, spark plug fouling, catalytic converter failure, poor fuel economy, CEL/MIL illumination or intermittent shutdown.
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    Where is the ignition module. Can I get to it from under the hood? Should I replace the Crank module when I replace the ignition module?


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    The ICM is located under the hood, next to the coil pack and spark plug wires. Here the part: Pontiac Grand Am Ignition Control Module (ICM).

    If you ar having distribution problem and misfire check also the crankshaft position sensor. It signal is used to control coils and sparks.

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    Replaced coils and car started. Then it just stops and wont start again


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    Does it got a distribiter or does is it have a coil pack.I'm thinking an distribiter with 4 spark plug tirminals,I would look into the Ignition Control Module if it has one.I looked at a parts listing for the car and it shows it has one but looked at a Typical Ignition System Schematic and it doesn't show the igniton control module in there.But i would think it is needed to control the spark.I would look into it and see if there is one,if there is i would test it that would be my guess of what's causing no spark.I got a pic of the ignition control module and theTypical Ignition System Schematic for you.

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