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  • Local grease monkey?

    Any probe Know it alls out around never county? I been trying to get my car running forever and I think it's time to call for help. I don't have much money but I do have a case of beer. Just truly need help getting my pgt running. Pleading for help.

    ---------- Post added at 08:30 AM ---------- Previous post was at 08:29 AM ----------

    Beaver county••• sorry for double post

  • #2
    What exactly is wrong with your car. Might help get some responses.
    My '97 GTS in its prime
    New GTS Stripped and gutted rebuild from ground up.
    2000 Explorer XLS 2 inch lift 32 inch BFG's My Wifes Daily

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    • #3
      Honestly i have no clue. I thought it was electrical / distributor but it's not, my the fuel pump, or ecu. I am just clueless right now. The problem I'm having is no spark. I have air, fuel, compression and battery, just no spark

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      • #4
        Originally posted by 96pgtna View Post
        Honestly i have no clue. I thought it was electrical / distributor but it's not, my the fuel pump, or ecu. I am just clueless right now. The problem I'm having is no spark. I have air, fuel, compression and battery, just no spark
        crank position sensor?
        1995 Probe GT - Laser Red - MTX - (Gone in 2001 )
        1995 Probe GT - Laser Red - MTX - Present in 2008

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        • #5
          It very well could be the CPS, will that cause it to not spark? Also, my year is 96, this is the year with only 1 CPS correct?

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          • #6
            Triple check the CPS connector just under the thermostat housing. A harmless and free thing to try is to disconnect the connector and twist the male pins just a tiny bit, so they make a better connection when plugged back in.
            95 PGT MTX. 1/4 million miles on original engine (and Original Owner).

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            • #7
              Originally posted by JoePGT5S View Post
              Triple check the CPS connector just under the thermostat housing. A harmless and free thing to try is to disconnect the connector and twist the male pins just a tiny bit, so they make a better connection when plugged back in.
              Just did your advice, nada. But I can see how that would be a quick test to see if connections are ok. Thanks brother


              Still figuring out what's going on. Ordering a CPS and hoping for he best.

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