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No Spark on 87 vw fox

I have momentary spark from coil that is weak, no spark to plugs, new cap, rotor wires, ignition module, coil, do i need a pick-up coil

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Your battery could have a dead cell and not be giving a full 12 volts to your engine electrical system.
Hope this helps!

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