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How do you know you have no spark? Have you looked at the distributor, or do you have a coil pack for each spark plug? Is the distributor securely in place and fastened down properly? Are you sure you have fuel being delivered properly? Does the exhaust smell like fuel is getting through the system? There are so many possibilities for error that it's difficult to diagnose at long distance. If you have multipul coils for each plug. It's probable that sensors are bad for the ignition system. It is also possible that the ECU is bad. What was done to the car before? When did it not start after the work had been done?
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