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Just replaced the router, distributer cap ,plugs ,wires and the coil . van will tirn over but there is no spark

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The most common cause of a No spark condition is a failed Crankshaft Position sensor, failed Camshaft Position sensor, or a failed Timing Belt or Timing Belt that jumped timing. Have your timing checked out, if it is found to be good, check and replace your Crankshaft and Camshaft Position sensors. Other than that, a bad ECM or computer could also cause a no spark condition, but is less likely to be the case.

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