Question about Lite On Spark Plug Lite Green LED
Did you check the coil wire itself? A break in it will be hard to see. Get another one, or temporarily borrow one from one of your plugs, just for long enough to see if it gets spark. If it does, you know the rest, I'm sure. I'd check all plugs and be sure that little wire under the cap is on the tab. I've had a breaker plate wire fall of on me once, took forever to figure that one out. Even an electronic ignition needs to be grounded at the distributor. You've probably just got a connection issue.
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Posted on Apr 27, 2014
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