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I have no spark from the coil on a 1994 Suzuki swift 1 ltr. I do have power to the coil primary but there is no pulse I have replaced the pick up (and the distributor is rotating, so I figure the fault is likely the ignition module. Where is the ignition module located on a 1994 Suzkli swift 1ltr. it is not inside the distributor. (the coil is mounted on the firewall) Any help is grealy appreciated. Sincerly, Dean

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SOURCE: changed ignition coil and ignition modual.changed

make sure you are getting fuel...that the fuel injectors are working...try spraying ether in air intake..if it starts n dies then suspect fuel system

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Problem with 1996 Suzuki Swift????????????????????? 2010 suzuki sx4 no spark on coil????????????????
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Japanese automaker Suzuki and Italian automaker FIAT
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