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Car cranks but no start. no spark. crank sensor is good. ignition module is new. prior to this the car ran really bad and eventually stalled. has good fuel pressure at the rail. any suggestions?

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Spark could be its only problem, you say the ignition module is okay? Are you talking about the ignition coil, mounted at the end of the cylinder head? That is not the ignition module, the module is located on the left front fenderwell in front of the strut tower, small black rectangular shaped box about a half-inch thick. Have you checked the timing belt? Hope this is helpful, let me know.

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    Dustin Gouldman Oct 18, 2012

    I have the same problem on my 1997 ford escort 2.0

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    Dustin Gouldman Oct 18, 2012

    I checked the left fender in front of the strut tower and all I have is the relay box and the CCRM... No ignition module anywhere...

  • Dustin Gouldman
    Dustin Gouldman Oct 18, 2012

    I'm getting DTC P0352 showing some mess about the ignition coil b... changed everything dealing with the ignition system but the ignition control module. I just got it today in the mail and I can't find the one that is/isn't on my car... Somebody please help ASAP

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