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1996 1500 ram wont start


I replaced cam sensor and coil still no spark comming out of coil, i cranks over fine just dont start

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  • jim young Jan 03, 2009

    i dont know if im getting any voltage in to the coil or not but i know for sure its not putting any out..

  • jim young Jan 04, 2009

    yes i am getting voltage to the coil

  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2009

    no voltage to the coil

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There is also a crank sensor that can keep it from sparking. are you getting voltage to the coil

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