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I'm sure you know the fuel pump won't have any affect on the ignition. You may need a repair book to get the procedures and wiring diagrams to troubleshoot the ignition system. I am assuming a new coil came with the replacement distributor. Did the cap and rotor get replaced too ? Do you have voltage going to the distributor coil ? Is the rotor turning when the engine is cranked ?
Well that could be a indication of a bad fuel pump, but it could also be a bad or clogged fuel filter, or even a really needing a tune up... When was the last time you changed the plugs and wires? I would do that before I ever got into the fuel pump issue... You can have the pump pressure tested. Do the plugs and wires, next do the fuel and air filters... If that doesnt help have the pressure tested...