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No power to ignition 96 camero dl

Car was running fine. Now, won't start. Removed the PCM/IGN fuse also PCM/Bat fuse and replaced with ignition and on position. Now, car won't start. Battery relays, fuses and fusealble links are all in working order.

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Check the wires to the distributer or to the modules could be poor or no conection. If you can turn the car over but no spark it's probably something to do with ignition, distributer, module, or wiring to the ignition.

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