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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The biggest roadblock to working on your car is that there is no user friendly computer testing (unless one of the parts stores that do computer scans (free) has the correct scanner for this)You can get a manual with individual volt/ohmeter tests for components. Most common items are ignition control module and crank sensor which are heat sensitive. some, like the coil, make their own heat, not related to engine temp. Crank sensor can shut down spark as can the hall effect setup inside the distributor under the bottom plate. Check everything carefully for loose or corroded connections. Wish I could give you more, but the disadvantage to doing this is I can't see what you are working with, and knowledge without input for verification makes this really difficult, especially with electrical problems where it's not a how to attach or remove an item question! Good luck..
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
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