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I have a 1990 chevy 1500 and I can't get any spark at the the plug wires changed coil from a truck I know works what else can I look for to be bad? the truck was running fine then started to sputter then just died and wont restart

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Its the ignition moule located on the right passanger firewall

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Change the distributor cap and rotor.

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