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I changed the distributer and its doing the same thing what do I try next could it be thw igniter

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For what? No spark? If yes, it could be the igniter, or the ignition coil. If you have a test light or a voltmeter, check for power on the primary wire to the coil (on the + terminal at the coil) with the key ON. You should have power to the coil with ignition on. If you do, take both the coil and the igniter to a parts store for a free test of both of them. The coil can be tested with a volt-ohm meter. The igniter can be tested, just like any ignition control module, on a special machine they use to check if it passes or fails. They do it for free in the hope that you will buy one from them if it fails.

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