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1989 Plymouth Voyager, no spark and changed the coil, still no spark. Any suggestions or is there a way to find out what the problem is. Everyone says they can't test that old of a vehicle.

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  • stewtlblum Jan 01, 2009

    Thanks, Is the pick up module a separate part or in the distributor cap itself. As you can tell I'm not much of a mechanic. I'm trying to help out a woman who has hardly nothing, she's my neighbor.

  • stewtlblum Jan 01, 2009

    Thanks a million, you have a great New Year too!

  • stewtlblum Jan 01, 2009

    Is the pick up module the same thing as a ignition module? That's all that comes up when I search it.

  • stewtlblum Jan 01, 2009

    Also is there a way to test to see if thats the part before replacing it???



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If equipped with a distributor cap perhaps your pick up module is not functioning!

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  • John Jon Jan 01, 2009

    the pick up module is in side the distributor cap the in the bottom curved switch the only switch with wires in side of distributor! good luck happy new year

  • John Jon Jan 01, 2009

    no pick up is separate from ign module pick up module is under the rotor in distributor cap once spark begins to distribute the "pick up module" picks up the activity but if it can't pick up activity it won't work in harmony and modulate,if you want to test it you will need a volt meter and see if you get any reading but I'm sure this will be the problem! not expensive go to wreckers get a used one for 10 or 20 bucks.

  • John Jon Jan 02, 2009

    did you get it to run now???



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