1995 S10 Checy Blazer Will Not Start. Turns Over Fine But Will Not Fire. 3.1 V6

Posted in Ignition Systems | Asked on Jun 9, 2010

Took the car in the class and it started and ran fine (no missing or sputtering and started fine) came out and it will not start. I think it is 2:01 tank. Tried with a few small splashes of liquid from (opened to start the air filter and injected into a person other than cranked IT) and will not fire. Took a spark plug and grounded and it does not seem to shoot. Also took the spark plug wires and grounded, and no spark. Attempted a voltage reading at the entrance of the coil and got 3 volts at start (not sure whether the test correctly). Are all parts of the test stores location, the coil or ignition module? How difficult the module is out? Any suggestions? It is my sons car in college, and he has just tools. But can it be a lot takle Arbeitspl√§tze.K√∂nnte, the coil or the ignition module and what is the best way to test this. If I do I’ll go there to get it (about 3 hours!) Any help would be apreciated werden.Vielen fix you for your support! Sorry I made a mistake, the Blazer is a fourth 3 L 3 does not. 1st . . . . I was working on various vechicles and made a mistake about the size of the engine!

There are 3 Answers for "1995 S10 Checy Blazer Will Not Start. Turns Over Fine But Will Not Fire. 3.1 V6"

  1. Dr. Deviance says:

    Could be either of those… coil or module.

    I suggest being prepared to replace both. Honestly, once one goes out, the other is on it’s way to failing as well.

    I’d start with the coil… but have a module ready. I would take a look, but I believe those coils are riveted on, which can be a pain if you do not have a drill, as you will need to use the old bracket.

    - Good Luck!

  2. Bowman says:

    It could be any number of things causing a no-spark problem. One thing I see quite a bit of trouble with on GM vehicles are bad ignition switchs. Check to see that you are getting all of your indicator lights on the instrument panel with the key in the run position. If not remove the steering column bezels to access the back of the ignition switch. Push and pull on the wiring at the back of the switch. If the instument lights come on there is your problem.

  3. baldie says:

    they are not too hard to take off. just take the coil and the module to auto zone and they will check them for you free.

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