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I have ford escort 1.4i year 1997 I have change crank senson and ignition coil and can sensor and ignition control module but don't want to spark what is the problem what else I have to check

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This vehicle doesn't have ignition control module ! The PCM - engine computer controls the coils . Also 1997 escort came with a 2.0 L engine . Not 1.4 . Testing an not guessing is the way to a proper fix. Your best bet , take it to a qualified repair shop .

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