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I have an 89 toyota pickup & it will turn but not start. Changed the distr cap, wires, rotor, coil and still no spar. Fuse 15am for the tail light burned and changed. Any suggestions? '

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1989 ,try the module ,not sure where it is but it might be under the coil or inside the distributor cap

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Check the points and make sure they are opening.The points gap is 0.45mm.
Also check for power at the coils Positive terminal.
Hope this helps.

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

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