Pull the coil wire from distributor and ground while cranking, if spark, likely problem is bad cap, rotor, wires
If no spark,
test voltage to coil positive terminal (should have battery voltage with ignition on),
if voltage is correct, most likely or pickup coil air gap (in distributor), bad ground at control module (ICM), or bad coil.
If no voltage or incorrect (assuming battery is fully charged) likely ballist resistor, or wiring from ignition switch to coil.
Could also be crank sensor if no spark
Sunday, December 17th, 2006 AT 5:57 PM