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Question Ignition problems with my 90 3.9efi

I installed a range rover 3.9V8 efi with an auto box in my ninety. It used to start up normally upto a month ago however yesterday I tired to start it up and no current is coming into the plugs high tension. Current is coming from the coil to the distributor but no current is flowing into the spark plugs. I've been told that it's a problem with the rotor arm so I changed it with a new one but the problem still persists. Can somebody please help me up with this issue.
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Id suggest posting this in the Defender or Range Rover classic forum, but it sounds like cap/rotor problem.


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Efi wont start

I agree - usually the amp module - i recommend that you install a 2 ft jumper cable and relocate it to a spot that rising heat wont make unstable - i have some here, or you could bit the bullet and fit a HEI dissy as i use and lose the coil and externally mounted guts like the module and have a one wire hookup and seriously fat sparks

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