A 97 Geo Metro that cranks but gets no spark is not getting enough power to the ignition coil or the coil itself is bad. The coil use the 12 volts of power provided by the battery and alternator to generate a very powerful spark.
Sounds like a bad coil or a broken timing belt.
You might try a crankshaft position sensor first. Its probably cheaper than an ignition module.
Provides spark for the spark plugs.
It could be your coil but then again I would have to see it to know.
Many possiblities. It depends on if you have a coil or an HEI ignition. If you have a coil, check your distributor to make sure your coil wire is attached properly. If your coil is attached, unplug it from your distributor and hold it close to the connection while someone cranks your engine. If you do not see a spark, your coil is bad. If you do see a spark, your rotor might be bad, or your points.
1995 ford ranger 4wd cranks over but no spark, replaced crank sensor Check battery power to coil connector, if that is good coil can be tested w/multimeter.
It could be the ICM or the pickup module.
Check the ignition circuit in the Storm. Start by checking the crank position sensor, then the coil pack to find the lack of spark.
The starter has no control on the spark so that money is wasted. Take it to a garage and have it checked out with the proper machin Check the coil packs
If the coil pack is not telling the spark plug to fire on a 1993 F-150 5.0 engine, then check the spark plug wire itself. Also check to make sure the coil and spark plug wires are arranged in the right firing order.
depending on what type of fuel delivery, check fuel injectors or tbi
timing belt broke?
It is the ECC relay! It is the ECC relay!
start with checking the fuses, coil wire, distributor cap and rotor.
broken timing belt, check it- you wont get a spark if its broken
If there is enough power to crank the engine at a decent speed then you should see spark. Please test the coil or crank sensor if the engine cranks over at a normal rate.
Coil? HEI ignition system?
the first thing I would check is, fuel, spark, coil, ignition module
Change plugs, check your ignition coil. an check your batt(it needs to be fully charged)
If no spark has been confirmed, then check the Ign. module, coil, & dist.
you probably need new coil packs.
no.... check the fuel injectors, and the distributor set (or coil packs)
under the coil packs and the coil packs are connected to the spark plug wires