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I've got a micro bus with a 1800 jetta mark 2 motor convertion .My problem is that i do not get any spark to my distibutor .When i start my micro bus all it does is swing but does not start .I've put in a new coil and new modulater (tp900b).I've got power on my coil and my modulater works because i had it plugged into a other micro bus .Is there any advise on how to get the spark at the distributor because it started before.

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Um u would have to change the ECU. if the tone wheels for the cam or crank pulse width are not programmed to the PCM it will not deliver spark. See if you can get what is called a PCM intersepter and have a tune shop program it for u. It seem more like a software problem.

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