Question about GMC Safari
First you need to determan if you are getting spark, take the coil wire off, ether end...hold it close with a good insulated pear of pliers, to were you removed it from, with out plugging it in, now have someone crank the engine a few times to see if it is sparking. If it is not, you need to dig deeper into the electrical parts like distributor pickup , brain ect....If you have spark...now you need to check to see if you have fuel...disconnect the fuel line and hold a rag over it so you don't get splashed, again have someone crank the motor a few time to determan if you have fuel....if not, you need to check for glogged fuel filter, fuel pump relay or maybe fuel pump it self....
This should get you going in the right direction.....
Posted on May 26, 2011
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