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can anyone help me and tell me how to test my obd1 gsr distributor to make sure everything is fine before i change it out for a new one? please? thanks, Sal...
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|04-28-2004, 07:03 PM||#2|
take ur spark plugs out, put them in the plug/wire thats runs to the dizzy, ground the spark plug and see it its sparks when u try to crank it.
one at a time..thats for checking spark. ne other methods or areas to test the dizzy in i dunno
|04-28-2004, 09:56 PM||#4|
Ummm....if its sparking the dizzy can't be broken, thats whats generating the sparks! (Well the coil is generation the sparks, the Dizzy is timing them correctly.)
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