Changed the oil yesterday and found the broken part of the tensioner, Happy that'* not floating around any more.
New O2 sensor came, ran out and installed it.
Nope, didn't start, exact same problem. Guess I now have a back up O2 sensor.
I actually got my wife out to the shop to crank it over, no spark. Now I'm upset with myself because I didn't check that last week. Stupid mistake on my part. I got distracted.
Time to brake out the FSM, crank with no spark. I follow along, check this, check that. Hmm, replace the ICM, no big deal, I have a spare. No change. next on the list, change the crank sensor. Fine, guess I'll do that. Came off easy enough, considering I just had it off. I had a spare crank sensor so I swapped that out, was about to tighten the bolt when I notice, I forgot to put the plastic shield back on. Darn. HB off again. I grab the shield and reach up to put the cam sensor wire behind the shield, when I notice something odd.
Well, well. What have we here? I pull the wire up so I can get a better look at it.
Looks like the wire moved just enough that it rubbed on the HB and wore threw. I mentioned to Bill that I heard a small zap just as the engine died. I looked all over and couldn't find anything. Willing to bet, this was it.
So here she is, alive again.