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1993 Buick Skylark Custom 3.3L No Start VIN: 1G4NV54N8P
hey guys, i have one thats driving me nuts this will be a bit long, sorry. to start with i had no CEL & could not communicate with the ECM. i repaired a problem with 1 power wire & found a bad ground which got me a working CEL & communications. hit the starte...
1997 Chevrolet S10 4.3L 1st gear VIN: 1GCDT14X7V
Hey guys, my pai S10 is back. Before I gave it back I decided to do oil change and trans service.All was fine until I test drove it, in 4th or 3rd gear trans slips on take off until 25- 30mph. Ieven tried putting old filter back in thinking I had a bad one- no...
2000 Saturn SL2 1.9L Misfire VIN: 1G8ZK5279Y
Well, I can't find a crank sensor on this piece. However I do know I am losing spark to cylinders 1 & 4 when it's cold, sometime warm it runs great, but most of the time it misses. I have swapped coils, I have even ran it without the coil on the module to watc... Trouble codes: P0340 (Cam Shaft sensor), P0341

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1997 Pontiac Grand Am SE 2.4L No Start VIN: 1G2NE52T2V
well, the overwelming connsensus was replace the coil housing even though there where no signs of carbon tracking and it ohmed out fine. Thats what I did, and, bingo, fire in all four holes. Thanks too all that replied. Very much apprieciated. This ones a fix.
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