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OK, I drove her the other day, and had ZERO issues. came home, and parked. came back out about 3 hours later, and I couldn't get her to start. plenty of fuel, and found no spark. Looked at the forums and then replaces the crank sensor, and still nothing. I am not a mechanic, but good enough to do quite a bit with some guidance. Ideas??
 

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check ignition control module, coil, and distributor.
 

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What year and engine? Put the old crank sensor back in. If it failed, you'd have neither fuel nor spark.
 

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Put the old crank sensor back in there, there's nothing wrong with it.

You have fuel but no spark. That means you have an IGNITION system issue. Where are you testing spark from? The ignition coil or the distributor?
 

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Are you sure it's getting fuel? How did you test for that? My fuel sending unit is starting to go out so sometimes it won't immediately catch. It'll turn over, but sometimes take a few tries
 

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