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Justed change a coil on a 2006 suzuki forenza and it still has no spark

What would be the next thing wrong if you replace the coil and it still doesnt spark?

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So engine rand perfectly before draining oil and refilling
and did you remove filter?
what test did you do to check spark , guess, or use a test spark plug and do all spark (x4) are they all dead.
did you remove those coil pack high voltage wires. oops that is timing, to the spark plugs, and must not be scrambled.
no spark real,

  1. fuses blown. check fuses.
  2. Key on CEL lamp in cluster must glow or PCM is dead, (fuses)
  3. crank with scan tool bingo scan tool tells you why no spark if cranked for 5 seconds, all EFI cars do that. 1989 to today.
  4. bad coil pack
  5. dead ignitor that drives coil pack (sadly inside ECU in 06)
  6. dead CMP sensor , scans prove it or CKP sensor. both.
that be it, all of it.
those are all tests. not guessing, nor dismantling car like last OP thinks. listed in order of easy , and cheap.

Posted on Mar 28, 2015

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    you crossed over those high voltage wires, and not firiing order is wrong.

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