I hate making posts like this...I've searched to no end. A lot of posts are similar but not close enough to help.
I have a 96 1.8 5sp with a Haltech E6K. The car has been running fine for weeks now. (ran for years before that as-is...until the oil pump relief valve stuck). Regardless nothing else has changed. I drove it home from work on Tuesday, no problems at all. Then on Wednesday morning I decided to reconnect my meth injection solenoid under the hood...The ONLY thing I had to do was reconnect the solenoid 12v+ and ground it to the chassis. Nothing else was messed with.
After reconnecting the solenoid, I clean up and decide to go test the system. (it too was hooked up before... I took if off when I was cleaning up the engine bay...so its not a 'new' addition really) Needless to say, the car wont start.
I get fuel, and I hear all of the normal clicks and noises I would normally hear when turning the key on. I just get no spark. I've checked all 4 sparkplug cables (with a grounded spark plug) and get nothing. I get 12v to both coils, and the signal wires from the haltech are still perfectly soldered (had sealing shrink wrap on them as well). The CAS also gets voltage and will trigger fuel when I plug it back in. The Haltech software shows an RPM signal, which also leads me to believe the CAS is talking.
I also tried removing the battery connector and draining the system to reset everything.
The main engine relay and 'kick panel fuse' are both ok...
I am at the end of my rope... and dont know how else I can test or diagnose on this thing. I dont know why the coils would just die (especially both of them?) over night...
Anything else? I dont have a close person to 'borrow' coils or other parts to help diagnose...and I dont know what else I can check....
Anyone? It's worth a fat-*** steak dinner if someone can help me get my baby goin' again.