Question about 1989 Chrysler LeBaron
I don't remember if they still used ballast resistors on those, but check to see if there is a white ceramic block about three inches by one and a half inches with a plug on each end of the face, located usually on the drivers side firewall or fender.. If so, it must have continuity across both top and both bottom connectors, or you will have no spark. Otherwise, check spark by removing one wire from a plug and putting anything metal in the end of the wire, then cranking the engine while holding the metal about 1/4" away from the block or metal bracket. If no spark, do the same thing using the coil wire, removing it from the dist cap.
If you have spark from coil wire but not the plug wire, check the cap and rotor.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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