There is no spark emitting from the top of the coil when checked, however there is 12 volts supplying the coil swapped in a new coil, no spark. Check for any codes using a basic OBD device and found no codes however having over 300K miles on it I went and replaced both the original cam and crank shaft senors, (if they are not bad now they soon will be) Still no spark. The ASD Relay as power to the relay at pin #30 and pin#85 has 12-volts with the ignition key on run. I checked all the wires and connectors, no breaks or shorts. I doubted that it could be the PCM because it seemed to have a ghost in the machine, it quit a few times before but miraculously after a bit it re-fired, this happened once when it had about 35,000 miles on it, once last winter but we found that the ignition coil was bad (or at least not sparking) and normally when a PCM goes bad it goes bad right, being a computer it doesn't begin to fail, it just fails.
Sunday, August 21st, 2011 AT 6:17 PM