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86 chvy 305 mtr c-10 died while driveing cant get any fire

No fire from plug wires, changed rotory cap,ignition module,distributorcap and coil. have power from to the cap but still no spark.

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  • phillip_tind Feb 02, 2009

    what is the earth wire

  • phillip_tind Feb 02, 2009

    we must not be talking ame thing

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Check earth wire.

Posted on Feb 02, 2009

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    husni_g2002 Feb 02, 2009

    amplifier earth wire.

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