I have no spark. Changed relays, diode, checked fuses, ( hidden fusible link somewhere maybe in a wire!), New battery, cam sensor, crankshaft positioning sensor, coils, spark plugs, wires, ignition control module ( tried 2 from rock auto. Com), new computer! Old computer checked out fine with actron top of the line scan tool. Flash and ram 100%. No codes. Car cranks but no spark.
So this is what I'm down to. The starter cranks slowly. Either it is bad and is drawing too much current or the timing chain broke / slipped and the pistons are hitting the valves causing the starter to draw too much current. I plan on checking compression on all cylinders. What say you?
have the same problem?
Monday, March 20th, 2017 AT 8:12 PM