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89 mx6 i4 no spark and fuel pump doesnt work?!

After cylinder head gasket replacement car will not fire up, will turn over but no start, already replaced plugs, wires, cap, roter, coil, timing is good, did have after market alarm but i removed it. still wont start.

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  • pete_mejia Jan 06, 2009

    will do thanks!

  • pete_mejia Jan 07, 2009

    checked coil pack wires no go! where is the igniter on this thing?

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Check coil pack wires

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