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97 tacoma cranks over but will not start..

Coil has no output

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SOURCE: engine replacement - distributor vs. coil pack - 97 Tacoma 2.7L

ok, try to put all accesories from your old engine to used engine, toyota dont make conversion kit, and the distribuitor is not compatible with your wires

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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