That's not how we diagnose problems. If it's as easy as assuming it's the same part, all you have to do is buy one and stick it on the engine.
There's at least two dozen parts that can cause a no-start condition. First you have to determine if there is spark, then fuel pressure. If both are missing, you have to look at the things they have in common such as the Engine Computer, crankshaft position sensor, camshaft position sensor, timing belt or chain, all the electrical wires, connectors, and relays, etc. The things that are in common are mostly monitored by the computer which will set a diagnostic fault code when it detects a problem. Most of the time that will cause the Check Engine light to turn on, but there are a lot of codes that do not turn the light on.
The first step is to check for spark, fuel pressure, and fault codes.
Tuesday, March 5th, 2013 AT 1:47 AM