Question about 1986 Chrysler LeBaron
Check to see if there is an ignition module...they look like a box with a heatsink and a transistor on it...usually have a 4-5 pin connector that looks like a pentagon shape and is usually mounted to firewall....another possibility is the pickup inside the distributor...the pickup can be tested with an ohmmeter..The meter should show continuity between the leads of pickup...follow these leads back to the ignition module... Ignition module in not very expensive for this year of car...ECU usually will not cause this prob.
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