2002 Pontiac Grand AM SE with GM 2.2L with no spark

Asked by Dec 05, 2015 at 12:37 AM about the 2002 Pontiac Grand Am SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have no spark, I have changed the crankshaft sensor still the socket that
goes inside the ICM does not have a signal other that the hot wire when i
crank the car. Is there any other sensors that might be causing this to shut
down ignition .. Also is there anything in the fusebox that i need to check? i
have checked the coil and the ICM and they work but no signal comeing to
it please help

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Does that car have a distributor on it? Where is the ignition control module, If it is distributed this would be under the cap, because I am thinking the coil pick-up. Never the less, there is a piece that allows the coil to discharge it's spark.

Did u ever find out ur problem with the grand am. I have the same issue. Please help if u can

yes, there was a major issue with the control unit grounding and by the time i found out i already fried my control unit .. so i bought a one online and sent it to the dealership to get the control unit programmed to the VIN and the fixed the ground and starts right away

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