where is the kill switch on 91 camaro 3.1rs
We replaced the censor,ignition coil,distribitor cap,and rotor.Lost all power while driving
down the highway at 65 mph.But it won't.It cranks over but it won't start. Any suggestions
Your ignition switch has been killed?....no really put it to the on position and see if we've got 12 volts at the coil? if no would look at an ignition relay (if so equipped) then the starter switch to be at fault....there may be an ignition fuse too would have to see your fusebox~
I'd make sure the battery is NEW or close to new and the black 1/0 cable that connects to the ground has been wirebrushed down to the metal to allow the 300 cold cranking amps through....old battery=bad because it causes a "brown-out" condition with your ECU....very bad~ get a new battery~
done checked the battery but just not getting a spark from the distribitor to the spark plugs at all
here's a switch~
this diagram is from a 94 don't know if is a "rally sport" model, but shows the ignition switch direct with no relay or fuse in between~
I had same trouble on a customers v6 camaro. After changing each coil and the whole 9 it didn't change anything. I replace ECU and she started right up.
The customer also lost power while burning out in second gear, it just shut down like you've turned key off. Hope this helps.
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