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I know I'm getting fuel and I know I'm getting spark to the coil ,but no spark to the plugs, I changed the cap and rotor and still nothing, could it be ignition control module?

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  • mckwnr Sep 28, 2009

    the truck only has 27,000 miles on it, so that seems unlikely,but I'll still try that thanks...

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Disconnect power to the coil. Take cap off. See if rotor is turning while cranking engine. If not, you most likely have a broken cam gear or timing chain.

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