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1990 Buick Electra - I'm not getting any fire to the sparkplugs. I checked the wires and fuses and I've changed the crank sensor, but still not getting any fire. what do I need to check now? thanks for any help!!

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Check spark plugs and wires and the pick up coil

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crankshaft senser

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