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  • faye_lock Mar 15, 2009

    my car cut out . and wont start agai . i have no spark . i have changed the coil and stll have no spark . the car turns over but will not fire .

  • barfieldroof Mar 25, 2009

    I have power on both sides of the coil and no spark to the distributor from the coil

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Coil hot on both posts/no spark from wire to distributor

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