1995 cadillac fleetwood lt1 random no start issues
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    security/ alarm issues?
    Starts and runs like a champ first thing in the a.m. but every time i shut it off and let it sit for a while it just turns over but no start. There is a new coil. There is a 1 yr old opti. There is power at the opti, the coil and ignition modual. But NO SPARK AT THE COIL. After i try to start it and let it sit, an hour or so later it starts, lol. Any ideas out there? I have a spare ignition modual and put it in but same problem, its used though so no guarentee its good. I could drive it all day fine, but shut it off and no start.
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    do it got 16 switches like dre?


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    U know dat fawka
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    Originally posted by guerilla05@Apr 25 2011, 04:32 PM~20416548
    Starts and runs like a champ first thing in the a.m. but every time i shut it off and let it sit for a while it just turns over but no start. There is a new coil. There is a 1 yr old opti. There is power at the opti, the coil and ignition modual. But NO SPARK AT THE COIL. After i try to start it and let it sit, an hour or so later it starts, lol. Any ideas out there? I have a spare ignition modual and put it in but same problem, its used though so no guarentee its good. I could drive it all day fine, but shut it off and no start.
    take the module to the parts store and have them test it for free. Modules get hot and dont work. How are you testing the wires?

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    im testing the wires by turning the key on and useing a test light to see if theres power to the opti, module and coil. Ill call around and see if i can find a place to test the module.
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    Anyone have ideas?
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    watch 17:00-19:30

    advanced auto or oreillys should be able to test your module.

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