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My Neon shut down and it would not start.

I check the spark plug to see if the coil was sending elec.to the spark plugs and I did not see any spark when I try to strart the engine.I check if the coil was getting any elec. and of the three wires inserted to the plug only the middle one has current. I want to know how many wires of the three wires on the plug supose to have electricity, Bottom line I want to know if it is the coil or not

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Check the timing belt.

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Change the cam sensor. I had the same problem you did and once i change this little sensor, car started right up!

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Okay, thanks for reply earlier...here's more info...maybe you can help


the valve cover seals like to leak and fill up the spark plug tubes with oil. so 1st thing, you should pull the spark plug boots to check, the pull and inspect the spark plugs.

next.
pull spark plug boot off of the #1 spark plug. Insert a new spark plug into the spark plug boot. Ground the plug to the engine.
Crank the engine and look for spark across the electrodes of the spark plug.

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then reconnect the boot the the #1 plug, pull the boot off of the #2 plug repeat the test, then do #3 and #4.

if all cylinders have no spark/ weak spark, its most likely a bad coil pack.

to check the coil pack:
Measure the primary resistance of each coil. At the coil, connect an ohmmeter between the B+ pin and the pin corresponding to the cylinders in question. Resistance should be 0.45 - 0.65 ohm.
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Measure the secondary resistance of the coil between the towers of each individual coil. Secondary resistance should be
11k - 14k ohms

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