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.
Is it getting fuel? Does it have compression?
It's overheated, probably. unless you have matches in there
Since no spark, start with the coil!
because its on fire
Two main reasons a car wont start are gas and fire. Is it getting gas to the tbi (carb). Are the plugs getting fire(spark). Track these two down and you will find your problem.
Check your crank shaft sensor
try replacing the spark plugs
Okay, crank it. No start...are you getting fuel? If so, check for spark. If you are getting spark and fuel, check to see if your timing is correct. After that, I'm really not sure...if you are getting gas and spark, then the thing should fire up.
check the adjustment of your valves
Does it have fuel/ compression?
Ignition problem probably, Check wires, coil & cap to start
appears no fire going to spark plugs
injectors not pulsing, on the right side of the center consol or the left there is a relay it is gold in color check and replace
possibly the ceramic resistor located on the driver side of the firewall
Does it turn over? Is it getting fuel? Is it getting spark?
sounds like the glow plugs need replacing
ignition control module in the distributor
Its probably your timing chain or belt
check ur distibutor cap and rotor bug pull a spark plug see if its getting fire then make sure ur getting fuel to the carb
It's probably the battery is dead. doese it have gas and fire
so that it wont start a fire
wont, start,change punp,not getting gas
try a new ignition coil
It is either getting no fuel or no spark.
check the ignition module, it's in or around the rotor