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I have a 99 nissan with 1.6 and no spark no start, friend replaced with new distributer complete, still no start?. I have not checked injector pulse or crank sensor, but still with cam sensor being in the dist would it not get a base time after revolutions of the crank, and or a code, no ondemand codes. what is your best guess.

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The crank sensor is faulty if there is NO spark. You can always test with an ohmmeter.

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