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I'm working on a 1994 Mazda Protege DX 1.8 sohc. The car recently died while running and will not start again. It has plenty of fuel pressure. There is no spark out of any of the 4 plugs. There is power to the coil. I replaced the coil and still nothing. I'm learning more about this car than I care to know at this point. I'm told it has an "ignitor." Is this before the coil or part of the distributor?

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I had the same problem. first I changed the computer. No avail. comp. was fine. Second, got a distributor from junk yard. Works great 10k mile later. Try the distributor and ignition coil. the New oem parts are pricey. good luck.

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