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1994 honda accord won't start and has no spark

One day i went to start my car andwhen it cranked my timing belt jumped some teeth. aifter that it would crank and crank but no start. i jumped it and it turned over but barely stayed idle. so i had a port n polished head which i put on since i was already taking half of it apart to do the timing. everything is back together and i got no spark. i replaced wires, plugs, cap, rotor and distributor. what could be the problem.. im stumped

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Check your coil and ignition module and ignition module fuse. this is a primary ignition problem for sure. check the primary resistance side of the coil it should be between 1 and 3 ohms. Also are you sure you put your cam gear at the exact mark it shoul be at and not 180 degrees off, otherwise car won't start.

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