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No spark replaced coil still no spark from coil

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  • bikerbutnot Dec 28, 2008

    the coil is good and distributor is good replaced asd relay wounding if the computer is gone no check engine light on dash is there a fuse to the computer or a relay ???

  • timbike May 21, 2009

    mine does the same thing ,has any body found out anything it's getting fustrating , moving some wires ,sometimes while driving it will miss fire giving jerks to the car

  • timbike May 11, 2010

    there is 3 cable tray wire group, it looks like relays on the side one which does connect to anything . did the wire you found went back to the coil or the stator underneath the cap distributor. thanks for the info

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If check engine light is not coming on and you have no spark and no fuel pump there is a broken wire around your driver side shock tower behind the battery my wire was a white one it shut the hole system down it was burnt look for any small burn marks in the wire casing and test that wire it took me about 3 hours to find it good luck .

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  • bikerbutnot Jan 25, 2009

    thanks found the wire all is good now 1993 shadow running fine.

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