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I cannot get a spark to start my 1987 toyota pickup. I've replaced the distributer cap, roter, and egnition coil, but still no luck. Any suggestions?

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Do you have 12 volts at the ignition coil? Is the return ground OK? I would also check your fuses. If all are good, you may have a problem with the sensor in the distributer.

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