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# Does anyone have any possible solutions for a 1998 Suburban not firing you Cannot get any plug firing at all you initially thought the fuel pump went out but get nothing even after priming the carbera?

252627 ###### 2005-12-14 15:43:43

Verify 12 volts to the ignition coil first with the key on. If 12 volts is present there you need the little module that is located with the coil bolted to the intake. If 12 volts is not present there check ignition fuse and relay.

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