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No spark on a 1988 blaster new coil and new stater,still nothing? The wiring harness appears to be intact,and it had spark before we took the motor out. Now the motor is rebuilt and no spark?

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Make sure the coils are earth properly which will cause the " no spark "
Check all connections , make sure every things are nice and tight .
Check all fuses .
let me know how you go

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