Spark Plugs and Wires
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Why would the plugs and coil spark?

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2005-04-07 03:10:52
2005-04-07 03:10:52

put in a new condenser. this can be a couple problems, either the spark isn't jumping the gap it supposed and just sparking due to a bad spark plug gap or the wrong spark plugs for your car or your coil is bad which rarely happens but it can with age

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