We need to back up a bit and decide which is the faulty path- spark, fuel or both?
Shoot some carb cleanerl into the throttle body and se if it start for a moment. IF yes, its at least fuel.
Then hook up a spark tester and crank it checking for spark. IF no spark or fuel, there is a powertrain management problem or just spark issue most likley.
Post your results, we can go from there.
Coil and rotor?
Cap and rotor maybe?
Post a pic of the dameaged wiring as well.
Wednesday, October 10th, 2007 AT 7:42 AM