Question about 1994 Dodge Intrepid
While driving I have replaced ec unit fuel pump, kill relay,
Check the connector to the coil pack/module. For wire connector on my 3.3L coil pack was not making a consistent connection and might have been corroded due to a bad connection. Also see if you are getting spark by pulling your front spark plug and grounding it to the cylinder head to see if you are getting spark all the time. Mine was hit n miss. I got lucky to have found this problem. If you are not getting any rpm on the tach what so ever during engine crank, change the crankshaft sensor. I changed the coil pack and crankshaft sensor prior to finding the connector was bad. Little over $100.00 but sensor was bad anyways.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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