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2000 Chevy S10, 4.3 engine, no start, no spark to the plugs

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04 Feb 2019 09:32 - 04 Feb 2019 12:57 #26772 by raballard@aol.com
Equipped with EDI. Have good spark at the coil tower, and good spark from the coil wire at the distributor end, but no spark on any of the out put ports to the plugs. Have already replaced the cap and rotor. Had Advanced Auto test the Ignition module mounted on the coil and it showed bad on the high and low end, so I have replaced that as well. But still have the same condition. Good spark at the coil, but nothing to the plugs. Open to suggestions. Not sure where to go from here. Thanks in advance. Bob
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04 Feb 2019 10:37 #26773 by Andy.MacFadyen
Did you r ?eplace the rotor arm

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Of an all night cafe

We watched the arrested get taken away"

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04 Feb 2019 11:07 #26774 by raballard@aol.com
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I'm not sure what a rotor arm is? Do you mean the shaft that the rotor is attached to? That runs the entire length of the distributor?

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