in need of serious help i have a 1979 chevy 350 truck. i replaced the distributor cap, rotar, ignition coil, ignition coil module, starter, and spark plugs any help on his would be amazing im pretty s

Asked by May 31, 2016 at 02:01 PM about the 1979 Chevrolet C10

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

in need of serious help i have a 1979 chevy 350 truck. i replaced the distributor cap, rotar, ignition coil, ignition coil module, starter, and spark plugs any help on his would be amazing im pretty stumped on this. i dont want to have to take it to a shop because that means more money

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So taking it to the shop means more money and you have already thrown lots of parts at it. Probably would have been less money to take it to the shop in the first place. You failed to state what the problem is.

I dont have spark.

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I would check for 12 volts at the coil when the ignition switch is turned on.

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