Question about 1993 Suzuki Sidekick
Check to see if you are getting spark to the spark plugs. Pull a plug wire and insert a long thin scredriver into the wire. Crank the engine (a helper is needed) a hold the screwdriver close 1/8' to the engine and watch for spark. If non make sure that cam belt is not broken and then suspect the little transistor on top of the coil. Find a good dused one, new are $$$.
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