i have a 1986 dodge 150 truck i have replaced coil, plugs,balast, plug wires still no fire how can i tell if its distributor or ignition control module wires

Asked by Feb 28, 2016 at 09:01 PM about the 1986 Dodge RAM 150 Long Bed

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More than likely it would be the ignition control module. Take it out and Auto Zone can check them.

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Make sure the cap & rotor are good. The rotor if old, can have a burn threw underneath it to ground.

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