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How do you check for spark on ignition module for a 1994 ford probe v6

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Safest and easiest way is with a spark tester. looks like a spark ply with a clip built onto it. clip to metal ground and hook coil wire or spark plug wire over the end and crank engine over. will spark loudly and visibly is spark is adequate. more accurate and less dangerous than any other way. buy on at your local auto parts store. that are not very expensive.

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