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No Spark to Distributor

I have replaced several different things on my truck, crank sensor, cam shaft sensor,coil, ignition module,rotary cap & rotary button. But there is still no spark to the distributor. I also checked all of the fuses & they are good. I just cant figure it out. I need someone's help please! My truck hasnt been running for about 4 days now

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  • mojoe119044 May 30, 2009

    is the power control modual the same as ignition control modual

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The Power control module may be your problem

Posted on May 29, 2009

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    Isaac davidson Mar 09, 2014

    It may have been very helpful if it will crank my truck where is the power control module located

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