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The car cranks but won't start. There is no spark, no fuel, no injector pulse. I have manually made the contacts in the shut down relay still nothing. I jumped the fuel relay and the fuel pump runs and I get gas but no spark or injector pulse. I replaced the ECU with a module from pick and pull still nothing. I have red that the cam and crank sensor can shut things down. What do I need to do next?

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If you remove the fuel line and crank the engine and get fuel then you could be assured that the crank sensor works but if there is no fuel while cranking then the crank sensor is most likely the fault. If the crank sensor is not the problem then it is most likely in the coil or distributor which the 97 is notorious for.

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