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My 86 chevy blazer with 305 i pulled out the number 1 spark plug while still in the distributer whire and did not get any spark to the plug when my wife turned the engine over any suggestions

Im not sure if i should install a new coil pack on top off my distributer next or just get the whole deal any advise

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First do the SIMPLE thing: check if the distributor is getting the low voltage supply! If it isn't, that's the whole problem. Next, see if the high voltage coil is getting its low voltage supply and then if it outputs the high voltage...be systematic and save yourself money!

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There is no test for module in distributor, but they often cause this kind of problem. Also while in there, check the pickup coil wires to make sure they are intact.

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Check the wireing to the pump they had problems with it it tended to over heat and corroad there is a service bulliton on the prroblem #25215705and a kit with new wires and connector to resist over heating Icould give you the kit # but i got a DELPHI pump and the connector dosn;t fit a chevy pump

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