Originally Posted by 1993 SLE
get that code scanned, even tho the light is off the code can still be stored in the PCM.....that will tell us somemore info on what is going on
Pat..he'* still sitting on the same code. I think the best approach is to swap the coils around and see if the problem follows a specific coil. If not, check your battery connections for any corrosion or poor contact, also the connection for the ignition control module below the coils.
These cars are quite sensitive to voltage changes and do not like corrision on any connections. (I bought a tube of dielectric grease since owning a b'ville..and use it all the time.)