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1987 suzuki samurai distributor problem

The wire leading to the coil, seems to be arching at the distributor cap and when i touch the wire it shocks me does ne one know if i have to replace everything or just a new wire, i shortend the wire with no luck
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Check your plugs...one might be faulty or installed wrong.

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