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Do you have fuel injector pulse?
Have you checked for fault codes?
The first thing that needs to be done to diagnose a no start condition is check for fault codes.
Do you have access to a code reader or scan tool
Is the car a 4 door or the 2 door coupe?
The first thing we'll need to do is check for codes then. Give it a good 10 seconds of cranking without letting off the starter and this will help ensure a code sets if one is going to. Then check and see if any codes set, let me know what you find.
You can come back and reply to this question with your findings when you get back to the car. The other option would be I could list some possible causes for lack of spark. Whichever way you would like to proceed is fine with me.
It could be a lack of voltage to the distributor from the ASD relay. This could be the relay, blown fuse, or a wiring problem.
It could be the coil. The coil is an integral part of the distributor.
It could be the cam sensor. The cam sensor is also part of the distributor.
It could be an open circuit, short to power or ground on the coil driver circuit from the powertrain control module to the distributor.
It could be a bad crankshaft position sensor.
It could be an internal problem in the powertrain control module.
It could be a wiring problem on any of the three circuits that go to the cam and crank sensor.
It can be a lack of ground to the coil.
Electrical problems very often happen with no warning. Once you find what codes are stored then you can diagnose the problem further.
To do any electrical testing a digital voltmeter will be needed. Depending on what is wrong a test light, some jumper wires and a headlamp bulb may also be needed for load testing.