Re: Turns over but no spark
As suggested, check for spark, either by holding a plug wire a 1/4 inch from a good ground with screwdriver plugged into it to hold it from ground and having an assistant crank the engine over, or use a timing light just to see if it triggers the light.
If no spark, you might want to check power connection from the power source to the dist, something may have come loose.
I'm sure you have gone over the route you took in changing out the coil and module to make nothing is amiss.
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