If you have no spark from the coil, and you have replaced the ignition module, the most likely problem is the stator (coil pickup) inside the distributor. It could also be the coil itself or the wiring to the coil. Give everything a good look and if everything looks ok, try subbing the coil. If that checks good, then replace the stator.
i got it fixed, upon further inspection, somehow my crank pulley got bent and in turn broke the cank sensor that i had just replaced. put a new one on and runs great. thanks for all the advice im sure it will benifit someone else someday.
Im kinda of having the same problem. Well I have replaced the modulator and the car ran for about an 1hour and died. then I order an new distributor with a modulator. the car ran for about a half an hour and died. What seems to be the problem. please help.
it was my crank sensor, im not sure if an 87 has one though, because it has a distributor, i think it has somthing called a hall effect sensor on or in the distributor but im not to sure, help me out guys im not too sure dont wanna tell him the wrong thing. also try checking your timeing
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