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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.
Posted on Apr 17, 2014
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