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No spark getting fuel battery fully charge but no spark

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Control modules are always blowing they are super sensitive . dont touch the backs of the new 1's either the acid on your skin does them in faster then . you use dielectic grease on the back side when you install a new 1.

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If it's the 3.1, could be the ignition module inside the distributor.
Also there is a pick up coil that can go bad. Replace them both.

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No spark its most likely your coil is bad replacing should work

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