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My 89' buick electra cranks up but will not stay running I've changed the plugs and wires, fuel filter, and ignition coil packs, i was told that it could be my ICM but I'm not sure can you help me!

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My spark plug wires and pannle wires got mixed up and i was wondering if anyone could send a diagram pick of the order

Posted on Sep 02, 2008

Need a diagram for the order the spark plug and pannle wires go.

Posted on Sep 02, 2008

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