Then about a week later the timing belt broke. I replaced the timing belt and started it up and ran it for a few minutes it ran a little rough, then I noticed water coming out of the weep hole on the water pump. So I replaced the water pump. While I was at it I replaced the alternator, put it all back together and NO START. I checked all the fuses and relay's they all are still good.
I noticed on the FUEL CUT OFF light on the dashboard was on so I checked the cut off switch but it was gone and there are two wires connected together and one wire just hanging there.
Anyway, I jumped the f/P and ground circuits in the diagnostic connector and the fuel pump did turn on. So I know that the fuel pump does work.
I also checked tested the crankshaft sensor and it is good. I took out the distributor and spun it bu hand with the key on and I heard the fuel injectors clicking, so I know they work.
I replaced the spark plugs, spark plug wires, rotor and cap. And still NO SPARK.
About one year ago we replaced the distributor. The only other thing I can think of for it not to spark is in the distributor, the IGNITION MODULE or IGNITION COIL as they are both built in to the distributor and I have not yet tested them.
I will test them in the morning, but is there any other reasons that I could be over looking that would cause NO SPARK?
have the same problem?
Thursday, March 22nd, 2012 AT 10:43 AM