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No spark the car was starting fine and we changed the head gasket because it was shot and now it wont start (has no spark) what could be the problem

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  • vette_400bb May 28, 2009

    Thanks. it is plugged in so that cannot be the problem.

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Ck to make sure the crank sensor is hooked up at front of enginr, let me know please

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