first,you may want to replace the ignition module again,,,,,but,i would think your problem is the pick-up coil inside the distributer,,,the reason you don't get an injector pulse is because the computer doesn't know the engine is turning,,,,if the pick-up is bad,you may consider replacing the complete distributer sense the distributer will need to come apart to replace it
Typical Distributor Components
yes,,you can have a spark and still not have a injector pulse sometimes.......i would lean toward the pick-up on this one,,but,,if the module is new,and if you can return it,try this first because it is easy and is a possibility
PURPOSE The distributor reference signal provides the control module with both engine RPM and crankshaft position information. This enables the control module to operate the fuel pump relay and energize the fuel injector.OPERATION When the engine is cranking or running the control module receives Distributor Ignition (DI) reference pulses from the ignition module. If the wire becomes open or grounded the engine will not run, as the control module will not operate the injector.
yes,a rebuilt unit will be just as cheap as the pick-up sense it will take more work..
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