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Old 08-25-2012, 08:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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It cranks but no sparks

Hi guys, I have a problem that I know people here can help me out. First of all I have a 2000 LS and I just recent got the head replaced, after installing the new head and all the seals I crank up the car and in just one try the engine runs but kinda rough, then I decided to unplug one of my spark plug wires to check if I'm getting good sparks but as soon as I unplug it the engine died out and I try to start it but it's not starting. The engine cranks and getting fuel but I'm getting no sparks. I went ahead and change the whole distributor with no good result, today I just change my crank sensor and still not getting no sparks. Now my question is, what else can I check, I already check the timing belt and everything is good and in line. Please I really need help on this, I've been taking cab for work and it surely sucks and eating up my check. Any help would be really appreciated.
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Old 11-05-2012, 02:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Hi guys, I have a problem that I know people here can help me out. First of all I have a 2000 LS and I just recent got the head replaced, after installing the new head and all the seals I crank up the car and in just one try the engine runs but kinda rough, then I decided to unplug one of my spark plug wires to check if I'm getting good sparks but as soon as I unplug it the engine died out and I try to start it but it's not starting. The engine cranks and getting fuel but I'm getting no sparks. I went ahead and change the whole distributor with no good result, today I just change my crank sensor and still not getting no sparks. Now my question is, what else can I check, I already check the timing belt and everything is good and in line. Please I really need help on this, I've been taking cab for work and it surely sucks and eating up my check. Any help would be really appreciated.
How is the cap and rotor in the distributor? How old is the wires? Was the "new" distributor new, used, reman?
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Check that the engine timing is correct. Make sure your grounds are connected. Make sure that when you installed the distributor the its firing in the right order. Check your battery and alternator.
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