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No fire at coil

(1990 Jeep Wrangler)
in Dalton, GA on May 24, 2010
not getting fire at the coil. installed new coil and crank sensor
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on May 24, 2010
Are you getting power from the ignition switch to the coil, Need to test the ignition switch and trouble shoot from there
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on May 24, 2010
Are you getting power from the ignition switch to the coil, Need to test the ignition switch and trouble shoot from there
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