My 2004 pontiac grand prix gt had a small fire that brunt the spark plugs off after i replaced them the car will not start can anyone help me

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Asked by Jun 04, 2014 at 10:46 AM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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what started the fyre? .....what other stuff got fried during this so called smoll fyre that bernt thy wyres off ?

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No idea what started the fire but the oil cap and the protective coating on the wire harness were also brunt ( but it didn't burn the wires) one of the old spark plugs was brunt as well

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any codes?

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Just follow the basic investigation path: check for spark. If good, check for fuel. If you have no spark, and I'm going to bet that's the issue, you'll need to start tracing backwards. Check for voltage at the coils, check crank position sensor, and finally ECU. You might not have any OBD codes present if the ECU fried. If your spark is good, go on to check the fuel pressure. It's going to be one of those two major issues since the car ran before the fire.

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