Same thing happened to me. I had no current comming to the ignition, no lights in the dash. I took out each relay and put it in again. Also i disconected all wires joining the ignition an reconected again, and any joinings comming from battery to ignition. I dont know what helped but it started anyway and runs fine.
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Hi Dan, I believe that on that model of vehicle a distributor was used. The signal for the injection is generated inside the distributor by a second rotor and pick up coil below that for the spark. Check the cables carefully and then the pickup coils. If all else fails, try a replacement ECU. Good used units should be available at a reasonable cost. Regards John
Salam Hohammed, the problem with your vehicle would seem to be the gear box management system, and most likely a speed sensor. Take the vehicle for a scan and have the problem pin pointed. When that has been done the technicians will be guided as to the problem and they wil be able to rectify it for you. Shalom John
Well it is 17 years old, many things could be bad. There is a hook up under the dash to connect an analyzer, that would be a place to start. There are two coils, under the coils is an ignition module, that could be bad.
if the coil is arching still after replacing it new then replace the spark plug wires. faulty wires will cause the arching and so will a cracked distributor cap replace it along with the wires and your problem will be solved
There's a coil pack that usually sits right on top of the engine. Follow the spark plug wires. Usually the coil pack won't fail completely you might lose 2 cylinders but not all 6. Are you getting a check engine light? It could be the cam or crankshaft sensor, they send signals to the coil pack via the power train control modual.