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Truck died while driving - i have changed the distributor cap and it still has no spark

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Your ignition module is probably bad its on the fender with two pigtail wire harnesses.you can get one from the junk yard,make sure it is the same color.this can be seen on the bottom where the wire come out at.it can be blue,red brown green,you get it.

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