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ON MY 99 CHEY MALIBU the spark plugs AQRE NOT sparkING

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If no spark plugs are firing then check to see if you have voltage to the coils. if you do not it may be a bad ignition switch or a fuse could be blown in fuse box. because about 50% of the power supply to engine, comes from ignition switch or through it. good-luck !!

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