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I have a 1990 suzuki samurai, engine turns over but no sdpark. changed coil and ignition module. still no spark. what next?

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Try checking the contacts between the rotor button and the distributor cap, particularly the center contact to the coil. Hopefully your problem is there because 1990 and later samurais were fuel injected and notorious for faulty ecm's and if I remember correctly it can be close to $1000 for a new one and $200+ for a repair job.

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