Question about Chevrolet 1500
It sounds like your coil, try this remove the wire that goes from the coil to the distributor cap. you'll need help with the next part.Hold this wire barley away from the cap or ground source ( bare metal ), now have that other pair of hands try to start the engine.If you get a good bright spark it's not your coil.Be careful as the spark from the coil is high voltage ( DC ).Make sure you don't have any strong gas fumes.I've done this many times.Good Luck.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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