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Mitsubishi magna 1994 2.6L no spark have replaced leads ditributor and coil pack?(centre lead runs to it..what next?

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I had the same prob found out that it was the pick up unit in the distributor and not the coil pack this part is needed so the coil pack can charge first before it is discharged on the next fire....

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