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How do I get to the coil as I have no fire at the plug ramsond sinemate 3500

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SOURCE: 1993 3500 chevrolet cranks got fire to the plugs but fuel pump wont run and injecters wont fire wat is the problem?

most likely fuel pump is out , It could be not pumping hard enough to get through the injectors. good luck

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The coil gets power from the key switch, and the ignition module inside the distributor grounds the coil to fire it.
So the problem could be the coil, or the module or pickup in the distributor. The pickup coil in the bottom of the distributor acts as a cam and crank sensor.
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