You need to check your cam timing first. You will need a HAYNES manual ( NAPA stores)to do this as it is more involved than space allows. It is very possible that the timing belt is worn/jumped and or tensioner is worn.
Even though you replaced the coil, it may be bad. You should test that first. If the coil is okay, it could be that the ignition wires need to be replaced.
I had the same problem. Check all of your spark plugs, if they smell like gas they are burned out. You should replace your spark plugs and check your distibutor, not the distributor cap. If that turns out to be the problem replace the distributor, distributor cap, and the rotor. If you turn the key to start the car, but nothing happpens, the starter's bad. If the car turns over but doesn't fire up, then the igniter/coil in the distributor might have gone bad.
Have you checked the ECM relay? it controls everything and nothing will work without it
the distributor is the likely culprit.
batteries are stored energy, nothing should have happened. They say to disconnect the negative terminal for safety reasons.
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nothing, do it by yourself
If by DMA you mean Direct Memory Access, nothing has replaced it.
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Nothing has replaced the hammer. Many of us still have several and will use them forever.
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Have you checked your fuel pump?If not i would say that is your problem.If it is it will cost you a pretty penny to get a new one.It is located in the fuel tank.Try to reset the fuel pump with the switch in the trunk. Hope you figure it uot buddy. Also try your distributor. They have a intergrated pick up coil built into it, ie; the pick up coil can not be replaced in the distributor. It's a "throw away". The distributor has to be replaced and is a costly item. I would try a salvage yard first and try a used one. Same thing happened to my 97 and that did the trick and saved me big bucks
hi, I don't think there is any conection.The distributor picks up rotation from engine and have nothing to do with transmission.It could got broken for different reasons-old and burned out from heat is most likely.Distributor caps have to be changed once in a while- is a must.
after lot's of people died in the flood many more were injured and nothing happened after it they just carried on like nothing happened