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Vehicle is not indicated. Some cars have Relays for the ignition circuit. If you can reach the wiring for the coils, you should check for power to the coil bundles or paks. If the coil is receiving power then the trigger to deliver the amplified charge is not working.
You can get free wiring diagrams by registering your vehicle on Autozone.com. Then go down to the Help sections and work through some of the sub-headings. Find the Relay for the Ignition and change it.
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Posted on Jan 03, 2013
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