...could be allot of reasons why you may not be getting spark, here are some: # no power to ignition coil. faulty ignition. # faulty distributer cap, rotor. # faulty ignition module. # check for start signal from ecm. ...and there is a few more.
if you're getting fuel to the throttle body it could be the ignition module if your getting fuel this is more than likely the problem, it could be coil pack if not getting any spark from any of your plug wires if your not getting fuel or spark at the same time i believe it may be your control module if control module is out u wont get fuel or fire my 89 is getting fuel but no sspark and i was told it was my ignition module auto zone knew exactly what my problem was try calling them they can also test your ignition module before u spend money on one if its not the ignition module
You can't set it, since there is no distributer. The computer controls it. If you suspect the ignition timing is off, then it could be caused by the computer (ECM) malfunctioning (unlikely) or one of the numerous sensors is faulty and is send the wrong signal to the computer.
Have the ignition module in distributor checked.... could solve your problem (it solved mine!!)
There are ways of getting music onto a computer without downloading from the internet. You could record music direct onto your computer. You could copy it from a CD to your computer.
A failed computer is possible, It could also be the cluster, wiring, ignition switch, etc.
Well, a computer could affect someone as in getting into games, or you could buy it for work and everything may be easier. Or maybe if you received an email on your computer saying you won something.
If you are not getting spark to any of the plugs could be coil rotor and/or cap HEI ignition?
there are several reasons this could happen.distribator cap and wires spark plugs may need to be replaced.there could be oil getting thru and on some of them. if your car doesn't have an electronic ignition the cylinoid could be bad.
Never unhook the battery with the ignition turned on. There is always a little voltage spike that occurs when disconnecting or reconnecting the battery. If the ignition is on the computer will be powered up and that spike could "fry" the computer.
An ignition module problem could be the cause of your 89 Geo Spectrum not starting and not getting any fire. It could also be the pickup coil causing the problem.
Are you getting spark?Could be Ignition module, pick-up coil, coil...