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If you have power to all of the coils with the key in the run position then this means none of the coils are getting a ground pulse signal from the PCM. The PCM reads the crank sensor for a signal. Once it sees the signal and discovers where cylinder #1 is, it will then pulse a ground signal to each coil independently based on ignition timing. So you need to check the sensor visually then use a scan tool and see if the PCM is getting a signal while cranking the engine. If the PCM gets the signal then this means the fault is within the PCM not being able to cycle the drivers and fire the coils.
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