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I replaced the spark plugs, wires, ignition coil, coil pack, and battery. I made a video with the codes it spits out, I just don't understand it. I'm new to this and it's my first car.


 

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If I counted correctly it was 12, 22, 23, 24 and 55. I don't think any of those would account for no spark.
http://www.allpar.com/fix/80s-codes.html
I can't tell which engine you have as the 3.3 indicates a coil pack and the coil indicates a 3.0. You won't have both.
if this is a 3.3 powered car and there is not spark,I'd look at the crank position sensor. They can fail with no error codes. The sensor requires a very specific depth when mounted and a new one uses a paper spacer to set the depth.
If it's a 3.0 car, I'd suspect the distributor.
 

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If I counted correctly it was 12, 22, 23, 24 and 55. I don't think any of those would account for no spark.
http://www.allpar.co.../80s-codes.html
I can't tell which engine you have as the 3.3 indicates a coil pack and the coil indicates a 3.0. You won't have both.
if this is a 3.3 powered car and there is not spark,I'd look at the crank position sensor. They can fail with no error codes. The sensor requires a very specific depth when mounted and a new one uses a paper spacer to set the depth.
If it's a 3.0 car, I'd suspect the distributor.

My bad, it's a 3.3L v6
 
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