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Old 03-20-2009, 11:44 AM   #1
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Default 93 SSE No spark at coil

Problem No spark from coil

Replaced: (both new)
CAM Sensor
Crank Sensor

Tried test parts:
Control Module
One coil pack
PCM (which I know works with this car from previous problem TSing )

After all that still no spark, and to boot gas does flow out when I press the check valve on the fuel rail..


Other then
Trying a rpl BCM (which is in the mail) or this VATS bypass Universal Passlock Bypass Module

I am at a lost.: confused: So if any one has any ideas please let me know,
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If you believe it to be your VATs then take a look at this before you spend any money.

https://www.gmforum.com/t279119/
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MGALAS;

Please add your year and trim of your vehicle to your signature line. That way when you start asking questions in other areas of the forum, we all have a better idea on how to assist you. Click on "Quick Links" above, go down to "User Control Panel" and then click on "Edit your Signature" It'* pretty straight forward from there.

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Never heard of a BCM keeping a car from running. PCM and VAT'* yes.

Did you check the wiring from the cam and crank sensors to the ICM? Have you changed the ICM?
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Bill thanx for the fast reply

As for the BCM I wasn't sure just running out of ideas... Now for the ICM I have tried a test part with no luck pur will check the wiring to the CAM and Crank sensors this weekend

Also thanx to Danthurs for the VATS information !!!
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