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Why would you not get a spark after replacing the ignition coils and spark plug wires on a 1991 Chevy Cavalier?

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2004-12-27 22:47:12
2004-12-27 22:47:12

IF IT IS A 4 CYL YOU PROBABLY HAVE A BAD CRANK SENSOR OR IGNITION MODULE.

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Inside that flat cover on the very top of the engine.There are 2 inside that plastic housing,after you remove that assembly.

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Check Ignition Coils Check Ignition Coils

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Depends on how many cylinders it has. One per cylinder.

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I have a '98 with 2.2L and mine is distributorless. Instead, it has ignition coils.

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There is about three ignition coils , one for each 2 valves ...

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have vehicle put on a diagnostic machine. most likely have one or more ignition coils need replacing

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I have a Lumina too and most commonly its 3 coil packs

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