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I believe all years are 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2. Not sure what year you have, but thats what they use to be.

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Replaced whole dist still no fire checked all connections what else could it possibly be


Still not fire ? it prob was not your dist ?

What kind of car ? do you have power to your coil ? cked fuses ?

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