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I'm not getting a spark out of any of my spark plugs nor the coil what do I do?

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First check that there is voltage coming into the ignition system. If not check the fuse. If there is voltage then the possiblity are bad ignition coil, bad igntion module, or pick up coil. First make sure the ignition system is getting power the next like cause would be a bad ignition coil. the least likely is a bad pick up coil.

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