Question about Mitsubishi Galant
He means there is no spark. Check everything relating to your ignition system. Coil, ballast resistor(s), distributor, ECM. Any one of these could be bad, and cause the problem.
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Rechk plugs firing order. chk soliniod and coil r ok, rechk fuel is getting into engine- choking usually determines that, u can smell the over choked engine. I f engine turning & choked hold throtel to floor while cranking and leave there until it fires. if no firing happends it must be electrical. rechk electrical connections. Cheers
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