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My S10 hey man my chevrolet s10 didn't have any power goin to my spark plugs. I just replaced my coil packs and Ignition module but its still not firing. I have no idea what to do next

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Check to see if it has a crank sensor. by the harmonic balancer.

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I have a 1999 Chevrolet S10 Blazer. In the morning it will fire right up and run for all of 10 minutes or so, then shut off an not start again for about 30 minutes or so.


Could be the computer not good PCM also just because the ignition module has been replace it could be defective I had new parts good bad you can go crazy trying to fig it out then it might be a new defective part or module igintion good luck

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probably because your coil is bad or plug wires

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Ignition module sits in the ignition distributor, remove distributor cap, there will be two elec. harness plugs, the one with two wire's is for the pick up coil, the other one is for the ignition module, just unscrew module out of distributor and install new one.

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Ignition module... Most auto parts stores can test these

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Sounds like the ignition module. Do you know if it is tbi or cpi?

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My '94 s-10 Doesn't have a "distributor". Down on the passenger side of the block there are 2 "coil packs" each supplying the spark to 2 cylinders. These coil packs are bolted to the Ignition module which is bolted to the block. There are 3 different sets of wires that plug into it. After going at it the hard way(under the truck) I realized that if I raised the flap in back of the wheel I could get to most of the bolts easier. Hop this helps.

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MANY PROBLEMS WITH THE HALL EFFECT SENSOR AND IGNITION MODULE LOCATED IN THE DISTRIBUTOR......ALSO CHECK FOR POWER ON COIL....KEEP IN MIND THE COILS GO BAD ALOT ALSO

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did you test the distributor?

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