I see you are in Greeneville. I live in Kingsport. If you need some help, pm me. I agree to check the ECM. It could be going out.
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Have you checked the cap for corrosion?
I have gotten in the habit of starting a job by removing the faulty part first. That way, (for example), if I "think" my brake pads are bad I can verify it before throwing money at it.
That said, don't run out and buy a new cap. Take the old one off and check it out first. Might just need some sandpaper!
Even when I'm sure I know what part is bad, (such as brake pads), I still wait to go to the parts store until after I remove the bad parts because you never know what else you are going to find.
Nope it started acting up on a clear warm day the next day was warmer and did it again then when it died it was cool about 40. But no rain on any if the issue days. It's hasn't started up since the night it died.
So he's got 2 issues, no spark AND no fuel? Geez. He said he replaced the fuel pump. Does that mean it was used or new? 89 fuel pumps are very similar between multi port and tbi or efi but ARE NOT interchangeable and will not function if the wrong one.
It also started and he drove it after the swap so I don't think that is it either.
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