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No power to the cylinders.

I have replaced : ignition control module, distributor, rotor, plugs and wires. I have 12VDC coming fromj the coil to the distributor. nothing for distributor to cylinders. I have checked fuses, all appear ok.

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  • keith Nov 09, 2012

    Thats the same thing im have with my 1993 t100

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Replace the distributor cap.

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