1993 Dodge Ramcharger won't start - no spark.
I've changed the crankshaft position sensor, Hall Effect sensor in the
distributor (and rotor and cap), and the automatic shut off relay. I've replaced
the coil, but that didn't work, so I put the old one back on after checking the
resistance in primary and secondary circuits. I've looked for broken wires,
fuses, leaking vacuum hoses. Ideas? I listed it as a 150 S buts its a 250 3/4
ton. I use it as a plow truck.
Is the coil getting spark
As far as I can tell it isn't. I put a spark indicator on that line and got no result.
Do u have a probe tester. Or volt meter
Yes, I have both.
Sorry for not replying but check the coil pack wires and tell me what they say
Thanks for your help on this problem. I don't think this engine has coil packs. This vehicle has a distributor and spark plugs. There are wires and devices on the upper part of the engine, but I took those for being some sort of injectors, even though it has a carburetor. It is an MPFI type engine. I assumed the FI stood for fuel injection. Am I wrong?
If your truck is a '93 then it has multi-point fuel injection. No carburetor. I went through this same thing, my issue turned out to be a ground on the back of the head that had worked itself just loose enough to break the circuit for the entire system. Check everywhere you have a ground. Make sure it's tight and doing what it's supposed to.
You ever find the problem have one doing same thing
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