That does not help. Lol Since there is no spark on the one cylinder, we need to check the ignition control module/power transistor. It it near the coil. Remove it and follow these test directions.
1. Disconnect power transistor harness connector.
Picture 1 shows the connector on the component as well as what leads to test.
2. Check continuity between power transistor terminals with a digital meter.
Note: Set tester in lower range.
Confirm the readings correlate with the specs in pic 2.
Picture 3 shows component location.
The only other things I question are the distributor itself or the cam sensor, which is responsible for ignition timing and injection timing. However, I feel it should have set a code.
Let me know if you have questions or need help.
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Monday, November 12th, 2018 AT 8:06 PM