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It's one of two things, 1-ignition module under the coil packs is faulted no way to test other then the car not starting. 2-on the fuel pump relay try jumpering the power pin with the fuel pump pin and see if the fuel pump turns on and with it on see if the car starts. This would be the fuel pump resistor also no easy way to test. It's located in a ****y (in the passenger side fender) spot and if broken will read either infinity or 0000. That could be what caused you piston to pop. Not enough fuel... If you know someone with the same car borrow there ignition module and do a quick swap. Hope this helps. I've been working on L67/32's since the 90's I've had every issue. What you describe in the post has to be one of the two issues.
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