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No spark from coil

1995 mercury sable.turn key and car cranks over but no spark from coil.new coil.new tfi module.both wires to coil have power

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  • cuffm22 Sep 12, 2009

    how does it work

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    Donnie Wilson May 11, 2010

    Do you have a engine light?for codes

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I had the same problem with my 97 sable it turned out to be the ecm module.

Posted on Jan 05, 2011

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Probably the crank sensor, do you hear the fuel pump 'buzz' when you turn on the key (not cranking the engine, just key on)? If you do hear the fuel pump (only lasts about 2 seconds), it may be the ignition module, otherwise it is probably the crank sensor.

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Re-check the basics . Does the distributor rotor rotate while cranking?Note: Distributer cap must be removed. Does the vehicle have enough available spark to plugs? Do we have enough fuel pressure 30-35psi min.? With a 12volt test lamp
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1995 mercury sable.turn key and car cranks over but no spark from coil.


use a test light and see if power is going to the coil. if yes then use a spark tester from a auto parts store. it will have settings for your vehicle. if the spark is not big enough it's just the same as not having one. then change the coil. if you don't get power before the coil have the ignition control modual checked. if bad replace it. good luck.

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3.4L SHO engine?

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