Question about 1990 Chevrolet Suburban
I have replaced the coil, distrubiutor cap and checked all the fuses and wiring and it still does not want to start. When I parked it a few days ago it was running fine. It has gas and gas get to the distrubiutor but I found I have no spark. Please help.
Check your cap; see if it is on correctly. Also check every wire on it. It may just be a loose wire. Definitely check everything on the distributor. Sounds like just a bad wire. If you had the cap misaligned it would still spark; only off time. So, double check the install on the cap and wires bud. :)
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