The idea that you lost spark can be a few things. The most common cause is the crankshaft position sensor that was replaced. I have to ask, was an OEM part used or was it an aftermarket?
Next, by chance do you have a live data scan tool? If you do, see if there is an RPM signal when trying to start it. If there isn't, the crank sensor is my first suspect. Also, if an aftermarket one was used, it may have failed.
Also, check the wiring to the sensor. It is located on the driver's side back of the engine. They are somewhat difficult to reach, so there is a chance that the connector was left partially on.
I looked all through my manuals to find a pic, but nothing was available. If you are standing in front of the vehicle, look between the strut tower (driver's side) and the back of the engine. It is down very low. I usually use a mirror when I work on them. LOL
Let me know. Also, let me know if you are able to check for an RPM signal, what brand sensor was used, and anything you can think of.
Tuesday, June 22nd, 2021 AT 8:42 PM