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N0 spark new coil and distributor and still wont start

New coil and distributor spark plugs good and still no spark

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Check if you have any voltage going into your coil. If not you have to work you way back from there to battery. If so, the wire coming from your coil might be bad. This happened to me before. Changed the wire for a few dollars and I was set to go.

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