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you have confirmed spark out of the coil wire at the distributor when cranking it over ? or confirmed spark at the coil ?
if just the coil do you have it at the coil wire at the distributor when cranking it over ?
and there is NO spark coming out of the cap when cranking it over confirmed ?
pull the cap when cranking it over is the rotor spinning ?
if it has spark at the coil wire into the car then it is physical from the rotor spinning to send the spark out to the plug wires
it goes in the cap and hits the rotor then the rotor spinning shoots it out the plug wires
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if it has spark in but not out use a GM cap and see if that gets spark out
you understand spark in the cap it goes to the rotor and the rotor spins and shoots the spark out
if you have it in but not out and the rotor is turning the cap HAS to be the issue
it goes through the coil wire port which leads to the center of the rotor then when the rotors spinning it shoots the spark out each wire port to the cylinders
we have had alot of issues with these caps the best bet is a GM cap
does not make sense if you have spark into the cap but not out if the rotor is turning
is it good spark ?
Since on this cap, the tower for the coil isn't in the center top, the only thing that is could be is that you have the coil wire to the wrong cap tower.
Here is a diagram,
Sounds great and make sure you include where that coil wire goes on the cap.
I thought you were going to post a video?