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96 jimmy replaced the dist. cap now wont start no spark at the coil???

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Double check to make sure your rotor is cliped into the right place. It should have a slot it slides into. Also check to make sure the cap was not put on crooked and bend a tab or broke the rotor or broke the steel tab off the rotor. Also check to make sure that you did not accidently unhook any wires to the distributor.

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