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Hello, how many miles do you have on the vehicle?
I'm sorry i was having issue with my system.
And by connectors on coil, do you mean spark plug cables?
Do you have communication with the pcm?
Do you have a scan tool?
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So as of now you have a crank no start and no ground pulse to the coils. The PCM needs to see a crank sensor signal for it to pulse the coils. You can check that with a scan tool looking at CKP. Also the check engine light will remain on while cranking if there is no CKP signal to the PCM. Can you let me know those results.
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At this time without a scan tool, the best I can come up with is the brittle exposed wiring is damaged and to blame. PCM failure, or the CKP sensor is reading but just not accurate and PCM is not getting an accurate signal.
You will need to hook it up to the data link connector with the key on and monitor the CKP and CMP sensors while cranking. You should see a rpm reading from both very similar around 150-250 rpms.