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Why is there no spark on a 1991 Grand Marquis after you have replaced the plugs wires rotor cap distributor module igniton coil and pickup coil?

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2006-02-13 11:19:05
2006-02-13 11:19:05

Clean the battery terminals, posts, and check the battery for electrolyte compound. Duzzy_06@yahoo.com did you make sure to connect your hot wire back to the distributor cap If you had no spark before,,,,check the map sensor.

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