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Car won't fire. I change the ignition coil and crank sensor.

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  • tecno geek May 11, 2010

    thank a lot that helped me out. because i changed crank pos sen, ecm,icm,plugs ,plug wires, battery and when i changed the 3 coil paks it fired right up thank u

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I had a Beretta a while ago. I think it was an 89 or 90. It had a 3.1 engine. I don't know if the 2.8 used the same system, but at least one of the coil packs went bad and the car wouldn't start. It was running fine when I shut it off to go apply for a job and wouldn't start when I came back out. You could try looking at that.

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