We need to start with checking voltage at the coils. You can just pick one and lets test voltage on each wire of the coil and see what we have. You should have 12 volts on the red wire. Then you should have a pulse signal on the control wire coming from the ECM. You can use a test light for this wire if you want to.
Basically we need to find out if we have a relay/fuse issue or a control issue with the ECM which could be a crank sensor issue. This will just tell us what path we need to take.
Take a look at the wiring diagram and let me know what you find. If those both check out we need to check the ground that is on the front of the engine. Just clip your test light to the positive battery terminal and touch the ground pin on the coil and the light should come on. If not, you have a ground issue.
Let me know this and we can go from there. Thanks
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Tuesday, November 10th, 2020 AT 2:25 PM