bought a 1986 fiero sport car works great changed fuel pump now no spark what can it be now?

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Asked by Jun 30, 2015 at 03:57 PM about the 1986 Pontiac Fiero Sport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

need help love car want it but it just pooped on me now

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Check ignition module is and starter relay.

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If you accidentally unhooked the oil sending unit, spark will not be sent.

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still nothing my guy still cant get it to work no spark it still tryed to start but no spark WHAT CAN IT BE NOW?

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There may be a number of fuse wire links. These are sections of wire that burn out as a protection. I do not know where they are on your particular car. But you can google it or check on you tube, or buy a manual for the car.

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what does no spark mean? Will it turn over? Might need to check if pressure is on the fuel rail.. is it 4 or 6cyl? I am reaching here without knowing what is going on correctly... blocked fuel filter and if you knocked off sensor wires like was mentioned before... is it turning? How do you know no spark exactly? 4 or 6cyl?

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