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I have replaced ignition mod, Key, distrib cap rotor and plug wires on 1987 camaro 2.8l and still not firing, but will turn over could the module be bad out of the box ?originally it would not turn over so replaced key and switch on stering collum as nothing else worked Iam cornfused

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Did you ckeck the ign fuse and fusable link? also the emc fuse

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