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Where is the distributor cap

Car turns over will not start. Tried ether, no luck, just turns over won't fire. would it be the distributor cap or does it have one? any help please.

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Your escape does not have a distributor it has coil packs an have you ckecked the ign fuse

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  • Joshua Davis Nov 25, 2008

    your escape does not have a distributor it has coil packs an have you ckecked the ign fuse

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