IGNITION

1995 Chevrolet Corsica

Tiny

bizkit74

April, 10, 2011 AT 12:32 PM

I have replaced timing chain, ig. Module, and crank sensor and still have no fire to plugs, whats wrong?Please help!

7 Answers

Tiny

crashnbl

April, 10, 2011 AT 1:38 PM

Don't take this as a silly question, but have you checked your fuses?

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JDL

April, 10, 2011 AT 2:22 PM

What is litre size of engine? Did you check voltage and ground to the ignition module?

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bizkit74

April, 10, 2011 AT 5:04 PM

The engine is 2.2L. We have made sure all plug ins were tight. Im thinking changing module fried ignition coil, maybe?

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JDL

April, 10, 2011 AT 5:31 PM

I'd check voltage and ground at the ignition module to start. Terminal A--black wire is ground. Terminal B--pink wire is voltage, goes hot with key on. Take connector loose from ignition module, use a test lite between those two terminals, key on, no need to crank. If the lite comes on, you should have good voltage and ground. The voltage circuit is fuse protected. Let us know what you find.

Tiny

bizkit74

April, 11, 2011 AT 7:16 AM

Fuses inside the car?If so, yes.

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crashnbl

April, 12, 2011 AT 12:11 PM

And as JDL replied. Check voltage and ground.I have a 1988 corsica with the 2.8 and mine was having fire problem also. And ended replacing entire coil module. Back plate had rusted and was receiving no ground.

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JDL

April, 24, 2011 AT 7:15 PM

Below is the fuse for ignition module.

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