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check ignition coil see if its getting battery power check black and pink ignition wire going to ignition coil.if you not getting power check the 20AMP ignition fuse.if power going to ignition coil, problem could be bad ignition coil or bad ignition module or pcm problems, best have vechicle code scan for pcm fault or crankshaft position sensor or ignition module fault.
The Crankshaft Position Sensor and the Ignition Control Module also control the spark. It depends on whether your vehicle is equipped with the 2.2L engine or the 2.4L engine as to where these components are located and what they look like.
If you have access to a scan tool you can check and see if the scan tool shows any RPM's while cranking this indicates whether the pcm is receiving a signal from the crankshaft sensor.The crank sensor is generally located on the rightside of the car lower engine by the cranskshaft pully/dampener.Before going this route would check the ignition module which is right by the coils underneath the coil cover many auto parts stores can test these for you.
You mean the crankshaft position sensor. Just follow your spark plug wires to the coil packs and ignition module. Then there will be two wires from ignition module to crankshaft position sensor which is in lower part of the engine block