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Usually, one cylinder low on compression won't causes a no start.It will cause rough running though.
The ignition coil fault code you are seeing can point to the fault here.If you have a shorted or faulty ignition coil this can cause this issue and would need to be replaced.You will need to have the fault codes diagnosed to then help locate and repair this issue here.
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Since the compression is 15 psi lower then the rest of the cylinders this will cause a misfire or rough running issue.This can usually be caused by a burned or damaged engine valve needing replaced or a fault with a piston or cylinder wall issue.
I would have the compression issue checked into first to see if it can be repaired ( keep in mind it will cost over $1000 to have repaired ) and then clear out the codes to see if any codes come back at all.In some cases a low compression cylinder can cause false codes to set so the mechanical compression issue does need to be checked into and repaired first.
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