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Got a car that was hit in front mainly underneath by k frame. Trying to start the car but I have no spark to the passenger side coils. Checked all the wiring and fuses. Pulled codes p2200 p2300. Anyone else ever run into this
 

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If this started after the car was in an accident then I would say that it's almost definitely a cut/crushed wire or connector leading to the coils, damaged cam or crank sensor or wire/connector, or perhaps a blown fusible link. Physical electrical damage is a primary suspect with a P2300 code.
Possible causes are:
bad relay or blown fuse(fusible link)
PCM failure
open or shorted wiring or wiring connectors(physical damage)
defective ignition coil
faulty camshaft or crankshaft sensor or wiring
If all the coils on the passenger side aren't working then it's obviously not a single coil causing it so I'd look at any of the other 4 possibilities.
 
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