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    Rice Hungry GottaHaveLS1's Avatar
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    1999 Trans Am M6

    Strange electrical problem

    Last night I stopped in a parking lot for a minute to use my phone and when I turned my car back on the lights for the gauges didn't turn on at all. Also, the lights on my stock head unit wouldn't stay on if I turned my lights on but they would turn off if I shut my lights off. I'm also getting a misfire when I try to go past 4000 rpms. This makes me think I'm having some electrical problem and my coilpacks might not be getting enough power to give more spark at higher rpms.

    What could cause these sort of things to happen?

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    Member 99WS6MAN's Avatar
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    99 Pontiac WS.6 Trans Am

    Here you go Gottahave .. If you go to the 3rd page is give you pics of the install. I did this about a month ago and it fixed mine .. hope this helps

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