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If you have voltage at both the injectors and coil then take a hard look at the connectors for the sensors; speed and reference. These are hard plastic and crack with age. Sometimes when they crack they also break the wires runing through them. Could just be loose. The reference sensor (rear one) is what triggers the DME. The DME grounds and releases the coil to cause the spark.
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