Question about 1996 Dodge Ram
If there is full battery voltage to "+" terminal of coil but the spark from the coil won't jump more than 1/4 inch the coil is likely the problem. If the coil has been replaced, be sure the wires are on correctly. The coil is triggered directly from the Powertrain Control Module. It may be bad if the coil checks out. If you find that there is significant voltage drop to the coil, find and correct the reason for the loss.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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