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Re: rip 1992 chevy corsica
I need to understand more then I can give you some of my ideas. 1.How’s the battery? 2.What’s the mileage? 3.Did you hear any noise when you start the car or just hear click noise? Let’s try step by step to help you.
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If you have a healthy spark (a blue snapping spark), it would not be a problem in the ignition system or the module. An orange, weak, or intermittent spark could point to trouble in the ignition.
I would check the timing on it, maybe it is a timing chain problem. It should have fired and ran a bit with the starter fluid. The fact that it didn't, even with a good spark, well, probably needs a little shop time investigating. Jumped timing from a worn chain? Low compression in one or more cylinders? A couple of things you need to consider. Good luck.