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Old 10-11-2017, 09:02 PM   #1  
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I recently purchased a 05 Grand Prix paid $250 for it. Anyway, car will not start cranks good just no start. As soon as I got hit home I checked codes I'm getting p0463 and p0452. Ok. I found a fuel injector wire was pretty chewed up. But didn't find anything else . I checked spark on the first 3 plugs and I'm only getting spark on one. Now I haven't checked fuel pressure I will as soon as I get my hands on one. If anyone had any input I'm all ears thanks people!
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Its best to use a simple summary for the title of your post instead of saying "need help".
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Ok. Thanks. Still no help ha
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Well, obviously, you have to check for spark off the top of each coil terminal, one at a time.......

Post back results.....since you have some spark, it'* not the crank sensor.....could be the ICM, or coil(*), or both....
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