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I have a 95 plymouth voyager...I was on empty when it died. I ad

Ded gas and it wont start now, not even for a second. I changed the coil. No Go.... I also wanted to know where the gas filters are located. Also can a spark test be done on this type of vehicle?

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The easiest spark test I know of is to take a plug wire off the Distributor cap and then just lay it lightly back in the hole you just took it out of. Have an assistant crank the engine and if you are getting spark, you should hear a snap or crack sound of the electricity jumping the arc from the distributor cap to the metal end of the plug wire.

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