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89 4.5 deville no start problem

Car started well allowed 5 min to warm up, went to drive away car died, attempted to start no luck just turns over. Checked fuel pressure found it to be 12 psi., It appeared to have no fuel comming out of injectors.
Read codes as follows: . . E E12 E30 E39 .E.E E12.
Any suggestions?? Car was showing no drivablity issues prior to this problem.

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I fixed this problem by reading the computer troble codes, the code .E.E 12 indicated no distributor signal. I found the ignition module to be bad. All this with out the "experts" help.

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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