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No spark car started running poor. now will not start at all.replaced the ignition coil (dis) still no spark. please help!

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Check all your fuses. If there is no apparent problem, try running a direct wire from the pos (+) or red post on the battery to the positive post on your coil, then with this directly connected turn your key and see if it starts. If it does start you have a problem with the wiring from tour ignition to the fuse box or from fuse box to coil. If it still doesnt start you may need to check your spark plugs and then compression. If there is spark there but still wont run it could, and is more likely a fuel problem. Id suggest cleaning the carburettor, changing the fuel filter and blowing some air down the fuel line fron the engine end to the fuel tank, as there could be something blocking the end of the tube in the fuel tank. A good way to check if it is a fuel problem is spray a heap of ether spray/engine start into the carburettor then turn your key. If it starts then dies again, you only have a fuel problem. Working out which is the problem will make it easier to fix and save you a heap of money. Good luck and hope it helps. Let me know which way makes it start, with a wire to the coil, or with the enigine start into the carby and ill giude you further if you want.

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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