I have a friend with a 92 Gt coupe. He put over 900 dollars into the ignition components when it would not start before but then we messed around with the wires running into the firewall a little and it fired right up. Now he ishaving the same problem, the car just doesnt have any spark. Plugs are good, fuel is getting to the engine it just wont fire. If anyone has any clue what could be wrong please let me know. All fuses good, as well as all ignition components, he tried them on his dads vehicle and ohms tested everything and it was all good.
Did you check the coil?
It's a $45 to $46 item any more and your getting ripped off.
It's behind the dis-cap .
You need to remove the whole distributer and unscrew it from the bottom 4 phillip head screws hold it in not a big deal! Just remember to put the distributer back the same way it went in and DON'T CRANK THE ENGINE WITH THE DISTRIBER OUT!!! I like to take a picture of the distuber with the cap off before I remove it so I will remiber how it was before I took it out and I can put it back in the same way.Also mark the flang of the distuber and the engine block with a marker so you won't mess up the timing.Take your time not a big deal and don't pay ths silly internet site the $ for the solition!!!!!
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If the fuel pump is'nt running then it's a bad relay or blown fuse. If the pump is running then it could be a few things, a bad timing belt, bad cam sensor, bad crankshaft sensor, could be the timing is off which you can adjust with the distributor, or it could be a bad o2 sensor or MAP sensor.
Are you sure that there is no spark, have you checked with a timing light? Are the wires on the coil connected correctly? Is the ignition module plugged in correctly and are all the wires on the distributor tight and correctly located? Try another ignition module from a system that is known to be working.
if a temp. light does not come on and the engine is not over heating I would look into the ignition components such as ignition module inside the distributor, sometimes when these components heat up they can cause this problem you described