Question about 1997 Chevrolet K1500
It is very unlikely that the ignition coil was ever the cause of this problem. The ignition system in this year is controlled by a computer called the "PCM" when the PCM detects a failure like the stall out you have it will set a fault code in its memory for the circuit that has the problem. So what do you need to do now? You must have the codes read, the diagnostic connector is under the dash in front of the driver, you will need a OBD2 fault code reader to access the fault code(s). You can either borrow or buy a code reader from any Auto parts store.
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