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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Could possibly be the ECM or computer it may be the crank sensor. The crank sensor is probably the cheepest so I would start there. Since it sound like you may be throwing parts at this, since you cant drive it to have a diagnostic done and you can't have the crank sensor tested, I would buy a used one from a junk yard to see if that is the problem to save a little money since you may have to buy somthing else if that does not work. Good luck
Posted on Feb 22, 2010
As you saying you have replaced ignition coil and crank sensor, next is check relay fro ignition system in fuse box replace relay with other one for testing purpose only, if no change then next,if you can check continuity of all wire form Engine Control Unit to Ignition coil, if all wire are ok then replace Engine Control Unit (ECM) if any wire found no contunity please reconnect same wire or repair wire it will solve problem if not then you have to replace ECM. thanks.
Posted on Oct 26, 2010
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