I have a Lumina too and most commonly its 3 coil packs
there is none just coil packs
it is distributorless no cap to replace has coil packs
Get a shop manual. There is no distributor. These have coil packs.
i would have the coil packs tested
There is no distributor cap as there is no distributor. There are 3 coil packs, each coil fires 2 spark plugs simultaneously.
A 92 doesnt have a distributor just coil packs
your buick is ovisley not super charged with coil packs because its looking for a cam sensor
According to the repair manual that I am reading, you do not have a distributor, you have coil packs (3). There is not a vacuum advance persay. The spark advance is caused by the vehicle computer.
Yes....In fact, any 87-96 (maybe later even) coil packs from a 2.8, 3.1, 3.4, 3100 SFI etc will interchange. The only thing that changes is the mounting location and bracket. The 3100 moved the pack to the top of the engine and had to change the mounting bracket. But the ICM and coils can be removed and put on your original bracket.
If the 1990 Buick Century transmission is only shifting well when it is cold, you have to rebuild this transmission. It is likely that the clutch packs or clutches in the transmission are damaged or worn.?æ
on the back side of motor
The firing order for the Chevrolet Lumina APV is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. This is for the 3.1 Liter engine.
under the coil packs and the coil packs are connected to the spark plug wires
coil packs they are beside the balancer on the crank that area easy to see from underneath
check your plug wires, then your coil packs, then your ignition module.
The ignition control module is located directly beneath the coil packs. These can be found at the rear of the engine, on the top center. Just look for where all the spark plug wires connect, those are the coil packs, and they are bolted to the ignition control module. It has three electrical connectors, two on the driver's side and one on the passenger's side.
being a 1990 it may have a distributorles ign, find one of the spark plugs,and follow one of the wires back to the end. if it goes to a small black box, then it is a distributorles. There is no distributor. It has coil packs located underneath the front exhaust manifold.
it does not have a distributor , it has coil packs
it is located behind the coil packs
The 93 Beretta does not have a distributor, it has coil packs.
If it has the 2.2L engine, yes.
No, it has coil packs, there is no distributor.
front of the engine above the starter,behind the coil packs (where all you spark plug wires are plugged into) remove all six 5.5 mm bolts from the ignition coils unplug two connectors on the left and one on the right.