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Replaced coil and module coil still not firing

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My 95 GMC Sonoma 2.2L has fire to the coils but not to the sparkplugs i have replaced the coils and crankshaft sensor does any know what the problem could be


What do you mean, you got fire at the coils? What testing have you done? What about the plug wires?
If you can remove one coil from ignition module, use a test lite at the primary terminals where the coil plugs into ignition module, crank the engine, does the lite pulse? If nothing, have to check voltage and ground to ignition module, if that checks out, suspect the ignition module.

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Why is it only firing on cylinders 2 and 3?


If you have replaced the coil that is not firing then you need to check the module remove the ignition coil that is not firing and you will see the two spades that fit into the coil that's were you test if it if it will run on two cylinders take a test light clip one side of test light to one spade use the tip of the test light to touch the other spade and running or even cranking over it should blink if not replace module

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You checked the cap and rotor ?
And the coil wire is sparking on metal ?

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Have a 1986 chevy celebrity tec4 an have no fire from coil ive replaced coil checked fuses an have power going to coil still no fire


ignition will trigger if signal from crank sensor, with hei spark plug tester ,read to coil wire and spark plugs wire if spark , depends wich engine
if c3i coil and module the module could be the problems you can check it before replace
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Would a 2001 chryler town and country faulty engine module cause number 2 cylinder not to fire


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Just firing on one coil but replaced it and still not working


You may need to replace the plug wires after many miles they become more resistive and deliver weak or no spark to the plugs. It could also be the ignition module it is common for GM vehicles in that year range to have failing modules.

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are u asking y it doesnt get 12 volts input or are u asking y it doesnt fire? if it is receiving voltage, but not firing,then u need to replace the coil pack,if it is not getting voltage to the coil,then if it is pluged into a module the module is bad and u need o replace module and coil pack

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