Question about Chevrolet Malibu
Try this: turn key on, momentarily jump negative coil terminal to ground to see if coil will release a spark. If no spark, use a test light to check for voltage at positive coil terminal. If there is voltage, replace the coil. If no voltage, suspect ignition switch or fuse.
If coil releases spark, check breaker points operation. If points ok, replace condenser.
If you have questions, please let me know.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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