Car died. No spark. Replaced distributor. Still no spark. Found 15 amp. fuse (E.E.G.?) in engine compartment fuse block blown. Replaced at and car started. What caused fuse to blow?
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1990 Geo Prizm Question: No Spark
Russ August 20, 2009, 14:41Master
It could be that something in your old distributor caused the fuse to blow. If everything is ok now then you will need to drive the car and see what happens. Don't forget to carry extra fuses just in case the fuse blows again. If the fuse does blow again you will need a wiring diagram so that you can thoroughly inspect the EEG circuit.
Answer #2Visitor, July 05, 2010, 16:49
there is many reasons why the best is it is a old fuse if it does it again check the coil could be drawing to much power
Answer #3gibbyt March 14, 2012, 11:59Rookie
i did the samething where is the (e.e.g.) fuse checked both fuse boxes in engine compartment