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I have a 1991 gmc p/u Z71 350 5 Speed Manual I was driving down the road and it died no backfire nothing died. I replaced the Coil ecm I am still not getting fire from the coil.

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  • jason garrison Sep 21, 2013

    i just had simalr problem with my 95 z71. the wire harness going to my key swith lost contact. it would still turn over just no powere to distibutor. cost 100 bucks

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Ignition control module needs to be tested

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