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No fire. Replaced coils and still no fire from new coils

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  • burnsr Feb 17, 2009

    Car has two coils and no dist cap. Checked for power to coils and have power to them but not to plugs.

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My main suspect in this case would be the small coil wire.It runs from the ign key to the coil sending power when you turn the key:a quick test can be carried out remove the ign wire from the top of the coil get are replacement wire and connect it back to where you removed the old wire.taking the other end connect it to the positave side of the battery.start car; if this solves the problem replace old wire.hope this helps.adrian

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Change the distributor cap and rotor

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