hi, i own a 90 gt 2.2 and i had kinda same issue, u very might well have a weak spark. but most likely its your coil. which would be good cause thats alot cheaper lol. anyway i have a chiltons manual so ill give you the proper ohm's or (resistance) for your coil. the primary resistance for a 90 gt with a 5sfe (thats your 2.2 engine code) is ranged from 0.41-.5 ohm and the secondary resistance is 10.2-13.8k ohms. testing primary need a meter and put ohm setting on x10 ohms, on the secondary put setting to read on x1000 ohms If your coil is not in them ranges you need a new coil. the weak spark wont let the motor fire. trust me on this lol i spent a good portion of 3 days trouble shooting my fuel and ignition cause my coil just up and decided to crap out just after i rebuilt the whole motor, try that lemme know. almost forgot- to test ohms on your coil unhook the coil wire from the coil and unplug the wire plug from it. primary resistance is putting the leads on the neg(-) side of the coil and the other lead on the the pos(+) and seeing what the reading is. the secondary is one lead on the pos(+) and the other on the point that makes connection with the coil wire plugs in.
Last edited by 2fast2furious; 04-03-2011 at 05:44 PM.
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