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I have a 2000 plymoth breeze with no power to the coil have replaced the computer,crank ,and cam sensor what else could it be

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Have you checked timing belt?it may be broken..engine controller must see signals from both cam and crank sensors to close shutdown relay to send power to coil..if belt is broken,cams are not turning and there will be no signal from cam sensor..also check fuses in small fuseblock underhood..also try unplugging both oxygen sensors,they are supplied power from shutdown relay..a heater circuit in either sensor may be shorted

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