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Old 12-31-2002, 05:25 PM
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i just bought a 65 chevy truck with a 350 bored 30 over. it ran for about a week then just wouldnt get any spark i checked firing order changed coil cap and rotor and ignition module new plugs and wires checked timing with light its getting fuel . next i used multimeter its getting power to plug on side of coil but nothing to the wires or plugs the rotor is turning when it is cranked over but nothing i am stumped and everyone i ask doesnt know any suggestions would be helpful. It is 2 days later and i changed the pickup coil and the condenser that didnt work so i went back and tested the ignition module again i am back to square one no spark

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Old 12-31-2002, 05:39 PM
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sounds like pickup coil went south.
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Yep!! pickup coil gone bad.
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Could be the pickup coil, if that doesn't work,hate to say it but I've seen Ign. modules faulty out of the box (not often, but?)you did say you changed the primary coil?
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