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No Spark engine will not run?
I am just about at my wits end, completed tune up due to no start fault. Replaced coil,cap,rotor,plugs and wires. Spark very intermittent when cranking. Any ideas?
  • Posted 25 Jun 2015 08:18 AM
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Maybe the distributor control module?
  • Posted 25 Jun 2015 08:46 PM
Confirm you distributor pick up coil is ok, should read.8-1.7 AC volts when cranking. (3.0 liter GM)
Have had frequent coil and ignition Module failures.
Also if you unplug the four prong plug from the distributor and the unit will start and idle, you may have a SECM failure.
  • Posted 13 Aug 2015 03:12 AM
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