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Can't get spark from coil to engine. Ran thru

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You can use auto diagnostic tool to check the engine system first.

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SOURCE: no spark at spark plugs

Check to see that voltage is getting from the coil to the distributor and then to the spark plugs. You can use a VOM or Test Light (whatever you used to check power to the coil) to determine where you are losing spark.
Good luck.

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SOURCE: Replced the cap & dist coil pac has fire no spark to spark plug

install the new rotor, if that isn't it check the crankshaft position sensor.

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SOURCE: my 2002 Ford Explorer wont crank!

I'm assuming the coilpack got wet!! Check if there is any power to the coil before changing. If thats fine, replace the coil. If there is no power, check your electrical circuit for the coil. Hopefully this helps

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SOURCE: no spark to the plug

is rotor turning?

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