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On a 88 bronco i can not get spark but have 12volts getting to coil, replaced.. coil/cap and rotor/and ignition module

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You will need to change the pick up coil that is located in the distibutor. if you have never done something like this you would be better off to let a garage do it, reason you have to pull the distributor out of the engine.

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