Like I said previously, if it cranks, and has no spark it is not a theft fault. Just for grins make sure you have approx 40 psi fuel pressure, then look toward the secondary ignition. A coil, faulty cap/rotor, ignition module, can be most of the possiblities. Assuming it has no spark on any cylinder(check more that one). I am not certain if you can have the components such as coil, or module, tested at a parts house. That may narrow it down. If you pull the cap and inspect it, the contact, and the rotor, also briefly crank it and verify at that point the distributor rotates. Sometimes the roll pin for the gear can shear.
Friday, June 5th, 2009 AT 12:05 AM