Q: 1986 Toyota pickup - power into coil but not out. I replaced the rotor, distributor cap, and the ignition coil. What should I tr

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The truck turns over but will not start. I have power into the ignition coil but not out. I replaced the rotor, distributor cap, and the ignition coil. What should I try next?

My car has 129000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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