I have a 03 gmc sonoma I was driving down the road and it died. I started it bck up then stopped at a light and it died and wouldn't start back. It has gas in it I replaced the coil.

Asked by Mar 25, 2015 at 10:29 AM about the 2003 GMC Sonoma SLS 2WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I also replaced the ignition module and it
still will not start. I'm not getting any fire.
What else could it be.

5 Answers

7,735

Check the coil also check the fuses to the ecm

I replaced coil already. What is ecm

7,735

The ecm controls ignition and fuel systems

Were you able to figure out your issue? Recently my '03 Sonoma did the same thing. It had been driving fine for short distances, but starting idling rough and just died the other day. So far I have replaced the fuel filter and ignition module. Then a coworker suggested I check the distributor pick up. I removed the cover to the distributor and the rotor and found a severely corroded distributor.

Check your timing chain just had same PROBLEM !! It was broke in two it turns over but won't start.

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