coil is good. i have actually tried 2 different coils. I tested for spark in the wires and they all do not have any spark. I have 2 different ecu computeres for the car. i have a 5 speed one that is the stock computer and i have an automatic one. I put my diagnostic computer on the car to read the problem and it wont even show that there is a ecu computer hooked up when i have the stock 5 speed computer in. but when i put the automatic ecu computer in it shows there is a torque converter problem which is correct because it is a 5 speed car.
so idk if it would be a cam sensor or a crank sensor or a new computer.
i dont want to go out and buy a new crank sensor for 70 dollars and the plug for it which is 25 dollars.
yeah i think that could be the problem too. i will try it and see if it works. first i am gonna hook a new computer up to it. then i will go for the cam sensor and crank sensor. and if that doesnt work the car will be scrapped probablly.
sounds like a cam sensor, try going to a pick and pull junkyard for that if your not wanting to pay for a new one. buying a used one from a junk yard would be the best bet if your not sure that is the issue. Also, if there is more than one neon there I would grab all the sensors you can. bring pants with deep pockets
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