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My truck will not start. turns over but no kick.could it be the holifax switch in the distributer?

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CHECK THE AUTO SHUT DOWN RELAY.IT CONTROL YOUR SPARK IGNITION SYSTEM.

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

  • Jonah Oneal Sep 26, 2009

    SORRY I RUSH ANSWER YOUR PROBLEM.FIRST SCAN IT TO SEE IF ECM IS WORKING.IF ALL IS GOOD YOU COULD HAVE A OPEN PICK UP COIL IN DISTRIBUTOR. OR A BAD COIL.ALSO THE ASD RELAY COULD BE FAULTY.

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