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To replace the valve cover gasket, you have to: 1) Remove spark plug wires 2) Remove spark plugs 3) Remove ground cable, and all pcv lines and hoses 4) remove 4,10mm nuts holding the valve cover on 5) remove valvecover, and replace old gasket
Are you sure that there is no spark, have you checked with a timing light? Are the wires on the coil connected correctly? Is the ignition module plugged in correctly and are all the wires on the distributor tight and correctly located? Try another ignition module from a system that is known to be working.
When did you last have a tune up? Sounds like it's not running on all four cylinders. Check the oil to make sure they filled it to the correct level, but the oil change should not be related. With the engine cold, check the wires at the distributor cap, to make sure they are inserted completely, also that they are connected properly to the spark plugs. If you're not sure when it was last tuned, or it's been quite a while, replace the plugs, plug wires, distributor cap, and rotor. It won't cost much for parts, and you can do it yourself to save $$. Let me know how it goes, or if you need further help. Curt
chances are you have a relay problem. generally in normal operation when you turn the key voltage engergizes a relay that then closes the circuit which allows current to the fuel pump. now as far as no spark what do you have as far as ignition? is it coil packs or a distributor? have you checked the fuses to make sure they are not burnt. if you have a distributor lift the cap and crank the engine. make sure it's spinning. if it's not chances are it's a broken gear or tang on the distributor/ or a broken timing belt/chain or gear on the front of engine. now if you have coil pack it's the pack that is bad. make sure you are checking all your wire connections and the plug wires as well. hope this helps. please rate this solution.. Thanks and good luck