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2003 hyundai no fire from coils ,have power and ground from cam sensor have power to coils but nothing from coils

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    thanx a bunch I just did not see a crank sensor and this is a different animal than I'm use to

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You either have a failed ignition module or a failed crank sensor. You can ramp test the crank sensor for a good consistant waveform to verify its the problem if you havea graphing meter

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