Engine turns over but does not start.
Checked Fuel Pump / Pumping fuel.
Replaced rotor / No spark
Removed #1 spark plug / grounded to frame / no spark
Replaced coil w/ new coil / Result still no spark
Replaced Ignition Transistor Module / Result still no spark
Checked distributor cap / no cracks
Removed Distributor and found some broken pieces from the wings of the old rotor. Removed and cleaned up distributor and returned to engine, result still no spark.
Is there any other modules associated with the ignition system for a 91 Nissan Sentra SE 1.6 DOHC that could have malfunctioned causing the system to not produce spark?
Any other ideas as to why no spark is being produced?
have the same problem?
Wednesday, January 2nd, 2008 AT 6:36 PM