ground wire for coil pack?
i recently replaced the 2 front fenders and the front bumper on my girlfriends 98 Dodge Neon. when i went to start it back up (after everything had been assembled) the car wouldn't start. it was trying to turn over but wouldn't and it was getting gas. i pulled the 4th plug to see if it had spark and there were none. i was told from a friend that the coil pack fired plugs 1+2 and 3+4 seperately soi pulled number 1 and still no spark.
i then took a test light and tested the power on the module going into the coil pack and it checked out just had it should have. then i took the coilpack to the nearest autozone for them to test the resistance of the coilpack, and it had the same resistance as a brand new one did.
so after all of that i still have no spark coming out of the coilpack. now i noticed there is no ground wire for the coilpack in the actual module and i was wondering if anyone knew where the ground wire for it was. since that could be the reason why it's not sparking.
i was wondering if maybe when my friend and i were taking off the fenders and bumper, that made there were a ground wire somewhere involved in it. i dont remember anything resembling a ground wire or even any wire, but maybe someone has a wiring diagram and can help me out with this.