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I need to know if there is a way to bench test a Zuk distributor?
I met a guy who bought a computer cause of a test done by a dealer and it didn't fix his problem. He bought it used, cost him $400.00
and now he desn't want to waste any more money.
Also is the '91 distributor replacable with a 88.5?
 

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Originally posted by Louzuki:
I need to know if there is a way to bench test a Zuk distributor?
I met a guy who bought a computer cause of a test done by a dealer and it didn't fix his problem. He bought it used, cost him $400.00
and now he desn't want to waste any more money.
Also is the '91 distributor replacable with a 88.5?

A Quick and easy way to do this test is with a metal bench a battery and a couple of jumper wires. Hook the coil up to the distributor. Then ground the distributor and the bench to the battery (-) and power up the coil. Have your spark plugs and wires conected to the distributor, Make sure the plugs are grounding out on the bench. Now spin the end of the distributor and watch the sparks fly. or you can test it with an ohm meter. I hope that you can understand that. Good luck.
 

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if you need an ignighter or a coil i have both for $150. i payed 350 for them before

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