OK, First, Sorry for the delay in response. Was that a complete distributor with coil and cap/rotor? If so and you're still not getting spark you either have a broken power feed to the distributor or a bad Engine Control Module OR the distributor isn't moving.
Remove the distributor cap and see if the rotor moves when the engine turns over. If it doesn't you will want to check the timing belt. If it has failed you will be doing a lot more work as that is an interference engine and it will have bent valves and damaged parts if the belt failed.
I'll assume it moves
For the power feed, Check for battery voltage on the Black wire with yellow stripe that plugs into the distributor. Should have voltage there with the key on. If you don't you will need to check for battery voltage on the same colored wire in the harness back to the ignition switch, it also powers the fuel pump which you hear so it isn't the switch itself but there are connections inline that could be bad.
(a quick test would be to run a direct battery feed to that wire and see if you get spark)
Friday, March 24th, 2017 AT 6:40 PM