Question about 1995 Chrysler Cirrus
Justs winds over no spark,checked a plug no go, also checked fuses
I've heard it's an issue with the distributor. Moisture, washing your engine gets through the vents in the distributor causing no spark. The ignition coil/module is built into the distributor housing. This means the distributor would have to be replaced. People also have tried using WD-40, I don't recommend, due to it only being a temporary fix and the petroleum in the WD allows build up to occur. BAD distributor design!!!!
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
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