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While driving the light became very bright, light

While driving the lights became very bright, light bulbs burned out,and the vehicle stopped. Replaced the voltage rectifier and still unable to start the vehicle. What should i do next. Not getting spark to the plug.

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It is possable that the ignition coils also burned out you should check this first

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