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I have no fire from the coil to the distributor

All the fuses look fine unless there is one I don't know about?

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No fuses at all for the coil, check the crankshaft position sensor, they are a known problem for this no spark issue.

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SOURCE: no fire. replaced ignition coil, distributor,

Check for a camshaft/crankshaft sensor located just behind the harmonic balancer near the water pump. (depends on which engine you have)

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