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CHANGE DISTRIBUTORS SEVERAL TIMES AND FUSES. HAS FIRE GOING IN BUT NONE COMING OUT. WAS WORKING FINE THEN ALL OF A SUDDEN QUIT. IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE I CAN CHANGE OR DO TO MAYBE GET THIS RUNNING. THANKS BUTTERFLY

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If you're using the same plug leads and checking it at them it may be that the lead needs replacing. If you're just talking about the power going in from the power wire going through it and not the coil also then it may be the coil.

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