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Not getting any spark have power to coils but nothing coming out of them. already checked fuses all good what else could this be

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If you have power to coils the fuses must be good, if it then wont spark it may be an ignitor box.
If you remove the engine cover for the ignition coil, turn the key on and touch a screw driver to the pick up coils it should produce a spark at the plug.

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