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Why would no spark or power go to the injector?

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2015-07-17 17:43:21
2015-07-17 17:43:21

The crank sensor would definitely cause no spark. As for the no power to the injector it might actually be the ignition controll module(as odd as it may seem). I was just talking to a mechanic freind due to a simalar problem on an `88 Grand AM (no spark and no signal voltage at the injector)and he said that If the ignition module goes that it shuts down fuel delivery too. you out.

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