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if it has a distributor the cam sensor or ignition module built into the distributor could be bad i changed one on a pathfinder that was firing inside check for fire or weak yellow fire at spark plugs also check for fuel, pump may be bad
There are several pieces to the puzzle. You would need to verify the coil has battery voltage with the key switch on. Then there is an ignition module that controls spark timing, a pickup coil in the distributor, and so on. To be able to troubleshoot the system, you would need a book, preferably a shop manual, to get the wiring diagrams and procedures.
coil intention chip?do you mean power transistor?that is what i would change if no spark you would need a diode tester on a digital volt meter to test that item.other then that i would change the cam sensor in the distributor. with out seeing it that is all i can tell from my experience.