How to repair

Asked by Jan 24, 2016 at 08:19 PM about the 2000 Pontiac Grand Am SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Changed coil in my car and spark plugs was
starting before I repaired, it was having a bad
misfire when it was started no seen being repaired
with new coils, and spark plugs not starting at all...
??... What do I do

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I've bought coils before and turn out to be bad being new. But I would start with checking to see if you blown any fuses.

I had a miss in my car and we took apart everything down to the block and found nothing, the last thing we tried was moving the injector from cyl 2 to cyl 3 and the miss moved. Replaced the bad injector and it was fine, not sure with getting it to start but this could help with the miss

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