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I replaced the coil and voltage regulator and still no spark
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: No Spark from coil
i don't beleve 3 volt is enaf for the coil it has to be at least 9 volts
if this car has a resistor on the car or on the circuit going from ignition switch to ignition coil replace it, but if it does not have one then it has to have one built in the circuit wish is going to be very hard to find i will recomed you to get straight ignition power from ignition sw, to an aftermarket ignition resistor and from there to the positive side of ignition coil,
but also let me know what promaster means? is that the brand? or is that a performance coil?
and does your car has elecgtronic? or points system ignition distribuitor.
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
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Posted on Mar 13, 2009
I would suspect the ignition control if you have already replaced all that stuff. I personally would replace it with an MSD ignition for better running and fuel mileage, but the ignition module should be a whole lot cheaper.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
either the coil is bad, or distributor may be bad. test the negative side of the coil then trying to start the car with a test light. the light should flash on/off. if it does not flash, either a wiring problem or distributor is bad.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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