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It arrived it was inserted.

Mini Moke did not run. :cry:

Check list?

Would putting in a larger coil help?
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Item 1 : Is there a spark at the spark plugs?
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No, there isn't. :(
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....me

Baffled! Where’s Tim when you need him?
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Do you have voltage at the Coil? use a meter or test lamp, does the Moke have a ballasted system? Usually a resistive cable from the ignition to the coil, reduces the voltage to 9 Volts, if this goes high, then the voltage reduces.
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Still immobile. :cry:
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You will need the right coil to suit an electronic distributor. This is what I had to do. It worked straight off.
Which distributor did you get?

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Nigel(no top)Sykes wrote:
Fri Jan 08, 2021 17:50
....me

Baffled! Where’s Tim when you need him?
Who me? I'm no help, I have no experience with electronic distributors. The obvious things to check are that it has a 12V feed and adequate ground.

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Checked the timing?
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