chevy monte carlo 04 supercharger died while driving

Asked by Jan 26, 2017 at 06:26 PM about the 2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS Supercharged

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

one day after the car was running just fine, i
stopped at a stopsign, drove through then allbof a
sudden my car died. i tried to turn it over an all it
did was crank, i tried a few more times an still all it
did was crank...i checked the spark plugs and i was
getting no spark...before i was able to get it to a
computer i changed the crankshaft position sensor
and still nothing... a few days later a computer was
hooked up to it and it read codes p0496 and p0520
both codes were replaced today and still
nothing....plz someone anyone help

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More than likely it would be the ignition control module that went bad, or the coil (s) They can be tested at an auto parts store. My money is on the ICM.

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catalytic converter

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