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No spark, coil is fine and pick up coil seams to be fine..

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Crank position sensor, I've replace many.

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  • dannyperz Dec 30, 2010

    it is a four cylinder, I think it doesnt have a crank position sensor

  • dannyperz Dec 30, 2010

    this happened afther a rain but it was running fine when I turned it off everything werefine the next day when I try co start it up it didn't start...

  • mike lavoie Jan 03, 2011

    I was thinking back to the old days try an ignition module. About the size of a sandwich in a tin box with about 5 wires going to it. hook up a test light on neg battery and the other to the coil. It should flash quickly. If not replace it. I did a few on late 70's vans.


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