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Switch is bad,the contacts inside black box not making contact,when you go to start no no 12 volts go to the coil

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You need more a complete question than a statement. I'm assuming that's your van? Try loosening the retainer screws on the black plastic cover for your ignition switch. You should see the solder points...using a DMM or test light, check that you have +12VDC to the large gauge blk/wht wire.
Does the engine crank when you turn the key? Is it just a no-fire?

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