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My truck has killed 3 ignition modules in the last 40'000 miles.i turn off the truck, get back in later, the engine spins but no fire.arrrrrg.i installed new cap,rotor button, pickup coil,ignition coil and still im haveing this problem. any help will be greatly appreciated.thanks.

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I had a 1975 f-100 v8 i changed coil and wires. cooked module. speed shop told me make sure i remove battery cables from battery first. hope that will help best i could throw your way

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