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How do you replace the ignition coil on a 2003 cavalier

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SOURCE: 1991 cavalier, no spark coils and ignition control

I think that in your car too, the crank position sensor starts the ignition sequence. I'd check there first.

Posted on Nov 29, 2009

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SOURCE: no spark cylider #2 & #3

First things first, is your check engine light on and have you had the codes read off of it? The problem most likely is the module but it could be other things too. It is always better to do all the diagnosis you can before just throwing parts at it. At least pick up a manual for the car that should tell you how to diagnose different parts.

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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SOURCE: I need to know where the ignition coil is located

Fallow the spark plug wires back to the ignition coil. And read the web page.It's a different year but the same idea.


http://www.ehow.com/how_7564560_do-pack-1988-chevy-cavalier.html

Posted on Feb 20, 2011

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this indicates misfire on cyl 2. check for spark at the plug if you haven`t changed the plugs for a while check and replace. check the plug wire for spark as it could be bad and need replacing, replace all wires at the same time. if you have spark at the wire by the plug then the ignition coil pack is good. if not you will have to eliminate the wire as the problem or the coil pack. it could also be a bad or plugged fuel injector.

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do you hear the pump working while key on engine off for 2 sec then while cranking have someone listen at tank fuel cap off

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may hav an ignition module thats bad but dont keep changin parts till ugutta solution--a scan that runs a data stream targets it--is all connects titenclean--is coil runnin properly-testit

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1991 cavalier, no spark coils and ignition control


I think that in your car too, the crank position sensor starts the ignition sequence. I'd check there first.

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The ignition modulator may have to be replaced, you can pick one up at Auto Zone and it's still pretty expensive so you may want to try the Salvage yards. The ignition modulator's are common interchangeable part for the GM line so you can get one from a newer car then your 89 cavalier. Good luck and hope this helps. I believe Auto Zone can also test the ignition modulator too, the modulator is what the coils sit on. 

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No spark cylider #2 & #3


First things first, is your check engine light on and have you had the codes read off of it? The problem most likely is the module but it could be other things too. It is always better to do all the diagnosis you can before just throwing parts at it. At least pick up a manual for the car that should tell you how to diagnose different parts.

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