There is no spark out of the spark plug wire changed fuel pump and now gauge stays up when I shut key off rebuilt distributor and still not firing it cranks but no ignition
Think somehow Power was interrupted...YOUR battery probably most likely is corroded with blue corrosion...someone should take to the cables and posts with a little water and a wirebrush and rag~ put everything back together...check the date on your battery as after 10 years need to be replaced~ are left with a reduced voltage condition...lack of ground can cause your ignition to stop working....so clean the ground...AND the cable that goes to the BLOCK~ that is an important one to restore full power to the electrical system~ we can get you ignition...just have to have some gravy with that turkey~
GROUNDING....your relays will come back to life if they have decent chassis ground~ take care of that~
If the engine is cranking strong with a no start/no spark.....you might consider checking VOLTAGE to the Positive side of the ignition coil. This will require you to remove the distributor cap and probe the (+) terminal with a 12 volt TEST LIGHT or a DC VOLTMETER. The Ignition key should be in the ON position. The light should come on strong...or...the volt meter should read at least 12 volts DC.
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