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The auto shut down relay powers up the coils and the injectors, the computer controls ground circuits to both.
You can get codes without a code reader; just turn the ignition switch ON, OFF, ON, OFF and ON without ever starting the engine. Then look at the Check Engine Light and count the flashes. For example, code 12 is going to be one flash, a short pause, then two more flashes.
Besides that, you'll need a fuel pressure tester (available from Advance, Autozone and O'Reillys as a loaner) and a Noid light to check for injector pulse.
Also, when you say "replaced all components", can you tell me what exactly was replaced?
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Hello and welcome! My name is ***** ***** I can assist you with your question. THe most common cause of a no spark condition (caused by no power to the ignition coil.. because the coil itself could be bad.. are you sure you have checked this?) would be a bad camshaft position sensor or crankshaft position sensor. The crank sensor should be located on the transmission bell housing and the cam sensor is inside the distributor (because the distributor rides off of the camshaft). Also, you will need to check to ensure that the computer is awake with the key on. Be sure that the check engine light comes on for a bulb check and that the TPS and MAP sensor have 5 volts going to them with the key on. Also, dont forget to check for 2 powers going to the ASD relay with the key on and cranking.