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No spark from coil and no fuel in rail

The vehicle would start sometimes and not others , I checked fuel rail and it had pressure then checked the coil which had no spark at that point I changed the crank sensor and the car started no problem , this morning it refused to start and upon checking the coil and fuel rail I now have no spark and no fuel pressure. there are no fault lights to indicate any problems and everything else is in working order ,the car is a 2lt on an 04 plate

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    patrick dierckx Jun 20, 2014

    Hi dominicmcfadden ,can you see fuel in the fuel filter?if not problably fuel pump is leaking.
    for the elec part i dont know that one.

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If all fuses are good, then next thing would be to test your relays with an ohmmeter.

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