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No spark got gas

Changed plugs had crack in coil housing changed it coils dont apear burnt. crankshaft position censor i have not changed nor do i know where it is. can you please help me? ps this is a 1996 2.4 cavalier

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If you have access to a scan tool you can check and see if the scan tool shows any RPM's while cranking this indicates whether the pcm is receiving a signal from the crankshaft sensor.The crank sensor is generally located on the rightside of the car lower engine by the cranskshaft pully/dampener.Before going this route would check the ignition module which is right by the coils underneath the coil cover many auto parts stores can test these for you.

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