Merry Christmas everyone, let's hope next year is a better one. I drove to a funeral today of my 32 year old cousin and as he was a petrolhead his wife (just married) asked all of us to turn up in our classic cars. After the service we left the Crematorium and she wasn't idling very well and the rev counter was not working. I pulled over and switched off the engine to check leads & coils were all tight as I thought it was only running on one bank (big smell of fuel). Anyway I called out the AA who when trying to diagnose the fault used a length of wire from the one of the coils and shorted it out whilst I was cranking the engine (after checking for voltage both the coils). He thought it could be the hall sensor so ordered a truck to take us home. When the truck arrived I tried to drive onto the bed but it would not even start on the other bank, and hasn't started since. Before the AA guy did anything she would always start but only on one bank. My question is do you think he has fried the Digiplexes as I checked when we got home with a strobe light and I am not getting a spark on either bank, and I have swapped over the Digiplexes.