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No fire from coil

Replaced timming belt cam and crank sensor,no start there is no fire to coil.getting 12 volts. replaced crank sensor again, redone timming belt same thing????

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    Margaret Green Oct 19, 2013

    code said we needed a crank sensor,while replacing that we replaced timing belt,turned over but no crank.checked everything to make sure it was right,cleared codes,checking codes it said same thing,thinking we must have bought a bad crank sensor we got another one and a cam sensor.replaced all of that still same thing,checked all fuses, ground wires. 2002 kia sedona 3.5 v6

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It might be this sensor I can't think of the name of it but it is located by the thermostat. it is held on with 2 10mm bolts and has a connector similar to the mass sensor on it. This sensor controls spark.

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I know this may sound simple and dumb, but have you checked your ground wire?

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NO TEST FOR IGNITION MODULE , I can say that this seems to be your problem here.As this Engine is pretty Notorious for this Module I have Personaly Foun this Several times

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If you have a faulty O2 sensor the PCM will not send the command to the coil(s) to fire, and if the PCM is faulty, then you will get the same issue. I would recommend that you start with the simplest thigs first and check the fuse panel in the car, and under the hood, then check the relays, and then the O2 sensor, and the PCM.

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