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03 outlander won't start

My 03 outlander died while my wife was driving.It gets gas to the fuel rail but wont start could it be my ignition coils? if so how do I check them?

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More like sensor for the pick up ,which controls the coils via the ECU ,it will be in one of three places ?? front pulley ??flywheel?? or camshaft.i just dont know exact location as i have never worked on one sorry

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