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Electrical & Wiring Troubleshooting electrical problems.

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post #1 of 1 (permalink) Old May 4th, 18, 3:50 PM Thread Starter
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No Spark no Start Chevelle

Okay after yesterday going thru all the hoops to send my car from PR to States, Battery completely dead "replaced" had to go to Police station in PR for inspection, I expected them to ask me why my title says 6 cyl and the car has 8 cyl, but no they made me go to a lawyer and get a signed statement to the AMD cowl hood I had on the car even though I had receipt. long day, so now today I took car to Crowley here and on the way the car shut off, I played with the wires no tools as they don't permit tools in the car, it started, jumped thru more hoops at port paid for shipping etc, now went to get car to put inside yard, no start, checked no spark, disconnected wire from AC under hood went direct to HEI Street Fire, still no spark, left purchased coil tried again still no spark, jumped again it started once removed wire put cover on coil again no start. pushed car into their yard and agreed to pay 150.00 to put car on boat and I will deal with it once it arrives in Pennsylvania and I was going to trailer it to CT anyway, so what could be causing this? oh also notice carb not shooting strong stream of gas to carb?
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