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85 toyota r22 pu just died. No fire to the plugs, the coil cks good but how is the ignition assey. cked. the one under the coil; How is the electronic module in the dist. cked.

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    I'm not getting fire to the plugs but I believe the coil is good I'm not getting power to the coil any advice

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I had this problem once. My engine turned over but i had no spark.
Every thing electrical was fine.
Make sure your distributor turns when you are cranking the engine over.
Check your pickup sensor in your distrubutor with an ohm meter.
the resistance is 180-240 ohms.

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