If the coil gets supply, there might be a problem with the ignition/injection triggering.
It can be checked by pushing the car in 5th gear with ignition on (approx one yard is enough),
you should hear as the fuel pump engages a few times (at least the pump should engage
when turning on the ignition).
If the pump engages when the ignition is turned on, but remains silent during the pushing, that
may points the failure of the triggering. This can caused by the following:
- Defective Hall-effect sensor in the distributor
- Bad connection of the Hall-effect sensor
- Failure of the RPM dependent, electronic ignition advance controller
- Wiring fault between the Hall sensor and the ignition power module
- Power supply problem of the ignition power module
- Wiring fault between the ignition coil terminal "1" and the injection control unit (on the top of the AFM)