I have replaced the distributor, cap, rotor, plugs, wires, coil and fuel filter but i still do not get a spark. Any ideas?
by Visitor in Wattsburg, PA on January 11, 2011
White/red at the coil + wire should be live with the key on, the ignitor grounds it to trigger the ignition coil. You will need a volt/ohm meter and wiring diagram, and theory of operation of components to get to the root of the problem.
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