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1998 Impreza 2.2 no spark

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OFFLINE   Dhobson5

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I was driving my car yesterday and about 6 miles after I left it stalled out on me. I was going 45 or so on a flat stretch. No noise or clunking just stalled out. Got it towed home and checked to see if it was getting spark and it isn't. I have a parts car and replaced the coil, igniter, cam and crank sensors. All fuses seem to be good. Fuel pump primes and I even tried spraying starter fluid in the throttle body. Any ideas, suggestions?



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OFFLINE   SUBARUDE

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Have you check the timing belt to see if it's still timed properly

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OFFLINE   Dhobson5

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No I haven't. Shouldn't I still be getting spark when I ground my plug regardless of the timing?





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