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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
CHECK FOR FUEL AND SPARK FIRST.
CHECK ALL THE CONNECTORS ON EVERYTHING, ESPECIALLY THE IGNITION MODULE CONNECTIONS. THE CRANK SENSOR OFF THE BACK OF THE ENGINE COMES UP ALONG THE FUEL LINES AND CONNECTS TO THE IGNITION MODULE.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
Well you hit all the major ones, could be crank position sensor, ignition module, a bad coil pack (it should have 3), you need to check that you have spark to each plug while the engine is turning over (!!!be careful as this will hurt if you get shocked!!!), this will rule out coil packs. if you have no spark to any plug your looking at a bad ingnition module (which is what the coil packs bolt to). Hope this gets you on the right track!
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
irt runs off of a shaft that is turned by the camshaft, mistakenly called a dummy shaft, actually call the oil pump drive shaft. in earlier designs of this engine, the distributor lived in the hole where this shaft goes. it can be found under the throttle body. it kind of looks like it has a freeze plug in it.
Posted on Dec 22, 2010
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