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Sould i change the coil ignation in my dodge durango after the asd sensor been replaced

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In the fusebox, the letters ASD stand for Auto Shut Down in your Dodge Durango. Thanks! -------------------------------------------------------------------
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If the sparck fire has no fire, then check the coil module plug and clean with dust remover, then plug again and check if ther any fire from the coil conectors.

The point is if no fire never will come up, you will need to check this point to have fire.

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I have a 2005 dodge neon that will crank but wont start. I have replaced the cam shaft sensor, crank sensor and the coil pack. Iam also not getting spark to the coil pack. Any suggestions?

Primary voltage to several systems, including the ignition coil, dark green wire with orange tracer. That voltage comes from asd relay. There is a fuse for asd relay. To check for voltage the engine has to cranking. The control side of asd relay, the computer has to ground it before it will energize. Did you check wiring circuits for cam and crank sensor connectors before replacing sensors? Are there any applicable trouble codes?
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99 durango turns over fine but wont start not getting any spark

What size engine ? Is there B+ voltage at the dark green with a orange stripe wire at the coil ? key on ! No B+ voltage check ASD relay . If there is B+ voltage count on it being the crankshaft position sensor .

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Engin turns over fine but no spark

Check the ASD relay , do you hear the fuel pump run ? The ASD relay supply's power to fuel pump , ignition system , O2 sensor heater circuits . Does your Durango have coil on plug ignition system ?

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I have a 01 dodge durango thats starts then dies after bout three seconds i have changed the bcm and the ignition what else is there to do?

Did you check the asd relay ?
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Engine turns over but wont start. You can hear thr fuel pump come on. Is it electrical? Could it be battery, fuse, or loose wire?

This sounds like the crank shaft sensor is bad. The sensor sends a signal to the computer about when to fire the coils for spark.

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I have a 2000 durango4.7 was driving home last night it died threw up code p1389 I have seen a power steering leak and it leaked on a sensor would this cause it not to run

I wouldn't think so , these sensors are made to be in a harsh environment ! If fluid or oil soaked for a long time , it could affect the wiring , maybe ! Your problem is the code , crankshaft sensor and or cam sensor ! P1391 DODGE

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99 dodge durango

Could be a problem in the ignition circuit. Check or test coil and ignition module-one of them may be shutting down or shorting out when they get hot.
Verify by checking for spark at a plug wire immediately after it shuts off: if no spark, it is an ignition problem. Besides the coil and ignition module, other possibilities are the crank position sensor, cam position sensor, ecu, the ASD relay (automatic shuit down relay-it's in the power distribution box under hood). If that relay fails, all power is cut to coil and fuel injectors, and maybe the fuel pump also.
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Turns over but won't start no codes.

If it just quit out of the blue then it could be a bad crank sensor. Or even a bad ASD relay "Auto Shut Down". A bad fuel pump, or a faulty coil.

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My 99 dodge durango keeps on turning off

Possible Crank sensor, or ASD Relay.? These are just common issues and some end up with computer in need of replacement. You will need to take to shop to have a scannner diagnose this intermittent problem.

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