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No fire to coil

Coil has been tested and is good

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Do you mean no spark from coil? If so, check crank sensor, distributor pickup (also refered to as cam sensor) and ignition control module (if you have one it is located next to coil). Most common of these is failure of crank sensor. BUT, check before replacing. 'Won't hurt to buy a manual to guide you through testing!

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