Q: Fuel or ignition problem.

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I am having either a fuel or ignition problem.

If your complaint is a crank no start, it is likely that you have ignition problems. It could also be the fuel injection relay. The most likely cause for your no start is an ignition module in the distributor assembly. The most common fix is to replace the distributor assembly with a remanufactured one. I would recommend you have a qualified technician come and confirm what your ’no start’ problem is.

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