Question about 1992 Chevrolet K1500
While stopped at a stop light my truck instantly died (it was raining hard). While troubleshooting I discovered that my truck was getting no spark. There were no cracks in my distributor cap and all wires were good along with no blown fuses, so I replaced the ignition coil. This did not solve the problem.... I am wondering is there anything else that it could be and does it mean that my distributor has gone out?
Two more things related to spark one is the ignition module, two the distributor pickup assmbly, and last but not theh least check and make sure the distributor rotor is not burned up
check the pick up coi for continuity, using an omh meter you can use theh omh meter to test the distributor rotor also if they test out ok then replace the ignition module.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
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