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1989 pontiac 6000 le, car died while driving, had it towed , it started several times afterwards. Car was driven 1/2 mi and it died again, this time for good. Car will crank but will not start. Have spark and gas. Have changed the ignition module, main computer, crank sensor. Checked fuel pump. Injectors do not appear to be pulsing. Have no other ideas!! Please help0

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Check to see if the starter is ingaging or making a clicking sound when you have the hood up. If you do not hear the starter ingaging then its your starter but also you might have a ground issue too so use a multimeter if you know how and have one check things with this to see if there might be any short to the ground of car plus there might be bolts lose or missing as well you should check.

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