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Change coil, sparkplugs, spark plug wires, icm and still no spark. take off spark plug wire put a good spark plug on it and ground it no spark with everything new.

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  • abelyrosie Sep 24, 2009

    I already change the coil on it could it be the distributor it self that is no good. I had to replace the new ignition module with another new one the first one no good or could it just be that i go a faulty coil also.

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Coil is bad
inspect for cracks
u could check for spark at the coil wire going into the distributer(center wire )

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  • Jameel Bacchus Sep 24, 2009

    if u could check for rotation on the distributor

    if there is Check for power on the black / yellow wire on the coil when key is turn on ign

    if non check for ign power at the key cyl wiring( open the steering colum look for the black/yellow wire soldered to the rear of the key cylinder)If there is Check your ecm fuse in the engine compartment for power or good one if ok go to main relay under the dash sub for a good one

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