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Old 08-25-2018, 08:15 PM
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Pull the cap and spin the engine over with the starter, to see if the rotor is spinning. If so, are the points firing? You may need to clean them. If rotor isnít turning, you have a timing set, or camshaft problem. Double check your electrical connections at the coil, and distributor. Itís a simple setup, there canít but a couple of possible issues for no spark.
Personally, Iíd go with a new electronic distributor and eliminate the chances of the points crapping out on you.
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