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1994 chevy caprice 1994 5.7/350 not getting fire to sparkplugs small little fire. fire is com n from distributor

Changed spark plugs and fuel pump.car was starting shut off did not start back fire com n from coil pack but not from distributor.

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SOURCE: truck has no spark changed fuel pump fuel filter

Odds are it is the $20.00 ignition control module but that may be another fluke change out of parts. LOL

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Mass air flow sensor.

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SOURCE: my 1995 chevy caprice ignition coil has no fire

Change coil pack.

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SOURCE: 1989 Chevy 1500, 5.7 engine..

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TIMMING CHAIN NEEDS TO B REPLACED AND MOTOR HAS TO BE RESET INTO TIMMING

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