Question about 1999 Ford Escort
My car won't get spark through cylinder 1 and 4 and i've already changed coil pack.
Make sure cam and crank sensor are active. pcm must see these signals before allowing primary part of coil pack to energize. crank sensor will be possible suspect,usually located on engine to bell housing. flexplate or flywheel is the reluctor wheel or like a shutter wheel for the sensor to identify the position of crank for spark delivery. see if you have voltage at harness to coilpack with key on? if not you have another problem.
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