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try find out on the internet wats the problem with that code but take out the spark plug out of no 1 cilinder conected to the coil and turn over the engine and u will see if the spark plug will spark or not if is not sparking and the spark plugs and the coils are new may be from a wire or loose conection
Have you checked to see if there is spark at the plugs? If not, simply take out 1 plug (can be any one of them), connect the plug wire to it and just let the threads of the plug rest anywhere on the engine block. Have someone turn the motor over while you are looking at the gap on the spark plug. If your distributor is sending sufficient power, you should see a nice healthy spark! If no spark, then your problem is either bad coil, bad distributor, distributor cap, rotor, or ignition. But first things first, check to see if you are getting spark.
If you didn't remuved yet the old one just remuve all the spark plugs put your own marks on all the wheels with a marker or a dot of paint nad you should be ready to remuve the old belt and install the new one!
hi i have a coupe 1994 have same prob told by audi to replace the distributor as was common failt on audi's i have replaced new leads ,coil ,dissy cap, and arm ,still the same awaiting on distributor to see if this works hope this helps