No spark on multiple cylinders

kgnreed
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Asked by kgnreed May 16, 2009 at 03:17 PM about the 2001 Pontiac Sunfire

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have an 01 sunfire 2.4L  was driving fine all of a sudden began to miss bad. checked plugs two looked fine the other two are soaked in gas and appear to not be sparking at all, originally though coil replaced the coil and that didnt fix the proble.  Put a new ignition control module in and still the same problem, Any ideas??

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Mike Bonnell
8,055

These ignition systems suck and when we see them come in with a dual cylinder misfire we replace everything. Coil Cover ( New Fangle Distributor cap ) Both Coils - Ignition Module and all four Plug leads.

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chevguy
10

can you tell me were this coil cover and fangle distributop cap are located on the 95 2.2 sunfire i have no spark at the plugs. have changed the computer and coils and the ignition module still no spark thanks chevguy

Jeff Leeper
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no spark can be caused by a bad cam position sensor

chevguy
10

i replaced the cam sensor and still no spark wow im getn upset the money pit thansk chevguy

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John Saffrahn
19,745

not on only 2 cylinders

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