Long story short- I found an '85 supra L-type auto :roll: that the owner's willing to let go for $350. The only problem, aside from some rust, is it has no spark. The owner said he's owned the car for 17 years and drove it daily until it broke down.
He replaced some of the easy (cheap) stuff, like plug wires and coil pack, but still no spark. I've read that it could be the igniter ($$$), but I'm hopeing its something cheaper. :lol:
I'll probably go over and do some troubleshooting and testing in a few days so let me know if there's anything else I should test. I'll be testing the igniter and checking all the no-brainer stuff like grounds, connectors, ect.
Is the igniter (aka ignition module) prone to failure? I'm wondering if it would be worth to buy a used one from the junkyard to save some dough?