My car was running great, no signs of engine failure then it stalled at a light. I managed to get it going again only for a few minutes before it stalled again for good this time. I am getting lots of fuel but no spark so I have tracked it down to an ignition system problem.
well here is the real problem, my first thought was a faulty coil. After searching for the coil with no luck, and phoning a parts supplier that has no coil listed for this model, they must have changed it to an integrated coil system for this year.
so I was going to change the crank position sensor next but there is also no listing for this part for this year and model.
i cant find the mechanical book to check the specs for this car so I am wondering how much of the ignition system is integrated within the distributor. Is there any way you guys can check for this?
any year before 94, the last year they made this model, all these parts are not integrated into an electrical system so this would have been an easy fix. Or any other engine size for a 94, since I have the 15.L they just decided to make things complicated.
apart from replacing the ignition module, which would be worth more than the car at this point. The only other thing I can think of is the distributor. Any other thoughts before I go and spend $100 on this?
Sunday, March 24th, 2013 AT 6:29 PM