Truck turns over put new starter coil cap rotor module still no spark

Asked by Feb 09, 2016 at 05:56 PM about the 1970 Chevrolet C/K 10 Standard

Question type: General

6 Answers

Please help I've dumped alot of money in this truck an still no spark

77,815

Change the points and condenser.

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77,815

You know it would help to say what you have as a set-up, your saying you change a module, That didn't happen until 1974 with the HEI, So what kind of set-up do you have? Your post says 1970 C10 and thats all I have to work with.

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HeI accelsuper coil is what we change over to rebuilt the motor

Changed the model in the distributor, cap rotor , new coil still no spark

77,815

Coil pick-up (pole piece) in the distributor, 2 wires, gently pull on them they break if old, but still may be broke, test for circuit. And make sure there is 12V for the coil.

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