1997 GMC Sierra K1500 no fire

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  1. janicki84

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    I don't have any fancy tools to test things with, so I use what I have. just getting ill with this truck and really want it to run.
     
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    What is ckp? You can go to harbor freight and buy a cheap multi meter for around 5 bucks that will do the trick, and pick up a haynes repair book autozone has them it has step by step repairs and even tells you how to test sensors but need a mutli meter to read voltage and resistance. Test light is good to have but just shows there is voltage in a circut its good to have as well.
     
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    If I recall you can have the ICM tested at the auto parts store.
     
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    i borrowed a multi meter. coil was good. I also changed the ckp(crank positioning sensor) still no spark. i am lost. if it is the ECM, i will have to do something else because used they are around $300.
     

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