No spark

Asked by Jun 19, 2017 at 11:59 PM about the 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a red plug that has a lite blue, white and
black wire going to it but can't find any place to
plug it in. Wondering if that is why I don't have
spark

5 Answers

86,075

Post a photo of the plug.

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Here is

I was thinking it was for a automatic trany but it is clean like it was plugged in.

86,075

Use the reach of the plug to look for possible locations. I cannot see a connection in your photo but if there is one it will be near the plug. If this was an unused plug it probably would have had a cover that may have fallen off.

I was thinking it was for a automatic trany but it is clean like it was plugged in. There is nowhere I can find for the plug with in reach, still have issue of no spark tried every thing I could think of and still nothing

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