My car has no spark....the coil pack plate has been changed, as well as the crank sensor and it still has no spark and will not crank. I'm trying to take my chances of it being figured out without me having to take it to the dealer to be put on a diagnostic machine. I don't have money like that to have the dealership fix it so that it will "just crank" to get me back and forth to work...I NEED you expertise...PLEASE HELP!!!!
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In the circuit between the crank position sensor and the coil packs, is the ignition control module. It not only amplifies the crank position signal, but also does things like set the ignition advance curve as rpm goes up. It is expensive, but could be bad. First check to see it it is getting power, and it is not a fuse or a relay before trying that unit.
That car has 2 crank sensors , did you replace both? One is at the front crank pulley and the other is behind and low on the engine block, above oil pan. Be sure the ICM (ign control module has a good ground, (black wire) it grounds at a bracket where the trans bolts to the engine approx at the 2 o'clock position.
sorry for the delay but if you can't figure whats wrong and still no spark try to see if any of the wires going to the coils have pawer when ignition is turn on, if not thats the problem but if does then it does not mean you have to take it to the dealer, any auto repair will fix it, it does not have to be the dealer, and on the coil plate, was the whole plate replaced with the module on the bottom or jkust the coils? because they are together with the ignition module, and the module might be the problem