The car died while sitting at a red light. It turns, but won't start on 2006 Chrysler Sebring

Since it died, I have had the cam sensor and crank sensor and coil pack replaced. Before those were replaced, spark plug 1 was getting fire, after replacing all of that, none of them are firing. The timing belt is tdc so I have no clue what else it could be.

by in Fort Worth, TX on July 04, 2011
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ANSWER by , July 04, 2011
Really need to get any codes. If you put in a part, and now you lost spark, work your way backwards, put in the old part, if it works then you've got a defective part, that is why I only use factory parts, there is a lot of junk for sale out there.