Yes, they could.
a simple cause would be if distributor equiped carbon trace on the distributor cap,bad contact point,bad ignition wire(spark plug wire) if direct ignition then it could be a bad coil. another reason a clogged injector.,low compression.
could be your igniion coil. It is located inside of the distributor cap. If you havent gave your car a tune up recently, it could be your spark plugs, spark plug wires, distributor cap or the rotor inside of the distributor. And if all these things are ok, make sure the engine is getting fuel. If not, it could be a clogged fuel filter or the fuel pump could be messed up. The fuel injectors could be clogged also
Moisture is getting into the distributor cap. It evaporates when it gets warm out. Replace it.
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Yes, that is one of many possibilities.
distributor is likely bad
one of the coils
Possibly a bad module it is located on the side of the distributor. Could also be a bad coil or just the wiring to either the coil or the module. Hope this helps Mark VII Heaven
Plug wires may have become porous and need replacing Check distributor cap and coil Could be carbon buildup inside the distributor cap, humidity makes it arc and short out.
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The internal hall effect switch could be bad or the module that is bolted to the side of the distributor. Most Advance auto parts stores can test the module for you.
Distributor cap could have a hair line crack in it.
There could be several things to cause no spark, but one I have ran into is the Ignition Control Module inside the distributor or the coil inside is bad. If your plug wires are good and your wiring to the distributor checks out, then it's either the coil or the ignition control module. Both are inside the distributor.
It could be one of your vaccum lines that collapsed
could be a bad coil but a distant second is a badly cracked distributor cap.
What i would do first is check the distributor cap and rotary button that's what usually goes bad first. if that's not it it could be the coil or maybe even the distributor itself.
The magnetic plate in the distributor shaft, for the pick up coil, may be cracked.
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Could be spark in the motor, or the distributor and rotor need to be replaced.
There could be a few things on a 1995 Chrysler LeBaron causing the distributor not to have power. But first I would check the spark plugs and see if maybe they have gone bad.