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I checked through the oil filler hole and verified that the camshaft is turning so I know the belt isn't broken. I tried to use an inductive timing light to check for spark, but I could never get a flash. Is there another type of light that I should use for this ignition?
OK. I tried that - no spark. I replaced the coil pack today, and verified that there's 12 volts at the connector.
OK. I'll check that tomorrow. It's kind of late and dark here. Thanks for helping. I'll go ahead and mark your rating.
See if you're ready for this: When I took off the gravel shield to check the crank sensor I found one of those metal brackets that holds hoses, cable, etc. lying behind the crank pulley. I don't know where it had fallen from. Once I took it out the car started right up. I guess the sensor was seeing that piece of metal, and didn't know what to think.
The bad news is that the bracket had sliced my alternator belt, and the hinge screw on the alternator is badly rounded. Off to the parts store for a biter socket and a belt.