Okay, no spark after suspension work is odd. What was done? It's possible that a wire connection or a ground were disconnected and now you have this. A bad crank sensor could cause no spark as well, a quick test for that, does it have a tachometer in the dash and does it move while you are turning the key? If yes then it's not the crank sensor, if no then check the crank sensor for damage, It is bolted to the top of the bell housing at the top of the flange at the read of the engine, Depending on what was being done it could get bumped. There are two versions used, one has a single bolt with the sensor going into a hole in the case the other uses 2 nuts on studs to hold the sensor in a slot.
The single bolt version is adjustable and new ones come with a thick paper shim on the end. With a used one you get a new shim PN05252229 from a parts store and apply it to the sensor, then install the sensor so the spacer bottoms out on the flywheel. Then tighten the bolt. If the sensor is installed without the spacer it will be damaged on the first starting attempt.
Wednesday, June 2nd, 2021 AT 4:26 PM