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1977 suzuki a50p no spark new points condencer prime coil ignition coil and plug help

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Try reinstalling the points . It is real easy to have them short. Some times it takes two or three tries to get points in correctly (so they don't ground out).

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with coil.
so got spark out the top HV terminal of the COIL....
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