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I am a toyota owner it is a 92 3vze 6cyl engine i just rebiult the engine from top to botom now all is done but when i started it it started once run reallly rough and now i cant get it started i looked to see i do not get any spark now is there anything that for safty reasons would make it not wanto spark.

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Signal from the distributor is sent to the igniter for the coil to spark. Double check your distributor plug. Make sure the wiring is fine first before you replace the ignitor

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NO, there shouldn't be anything that would prevent spark for safety reasons.

Try checking your coil.

Posted on Jul 04, 2010

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