1993 Grand Prix won't start no spark
The car has 150,000 miles on and it ran fine for a
while then one day just died and it would not start
back up. Then changed the ignition module and
crank position sensor and it ran rough for a little bit
then it died. I replaced the crank sensor again and it
ran for a little while then died. I don't no why it
seems to be burning up the sensors. Or how to by
Did u change the control module under the ignition coils?
Yes I did that was the first thing I did. And seems to want to burn up the crank sensere
If yu can wile the car is started pull each injected plug one by one and if the eginechange performance yu will know that the injected is working and if the injected is not working on the car you will not even see a performance change in the egine it will stay the same
Are you sure the sensors you have put in are now "burnt up" or just not functioning due to a different bad component? I would broaden your search for other reasons why the engine will not run. Replacing the same thing over and over will not fix the problem.
Well the car will not start up. Only thing I have found is when I replace the crank sencer it gains spark back but after a few minutes it dies and I lose all spark. Now I have no spark again after putting the new senser in it. I don't no how to gain spark back
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