I have a 92 buick century 3.3 liter 6 cyl was driving and it just stopped, I ck fuel pump filter air ok no spark I' not getting any power to the c3i coil packs

Asked by Jul 25, 2012 at 12:48 PM about the 1992 Buick Century Custom Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Was running great & then it just stoped. cranks over just no spark after inpection i found that the serpintine belt started to fray & rub against the 4 wires bthat go ti fly wheel sending unit & must have grounded out. i ckecked all the fuses fusable links & relays i know about could those wires shorting out burn up the coil packs or could it have scambled the ECM how would i go about checking these???

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if there is an autozone near you or another car parts store....some of them can actually check coil packs if they are still good or not.....

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Another item to look into is the crankshaft position sensor - it may not be able to provide a signal to the ECM (because of a grounded or broken wire), or it has failed altogether. No signal, no start.

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