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1994 dodge intrepid has no spark

It will start when temp is above 40 degrees outside
Changed Crank sensor and battery

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  • bad_boy1988 Jan 12, 2009

    It doesnt have a distributor it has a coil pack

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Did you check the distrubuter cap?

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Also check the connector itself at the coil pack/module. This was my problem. I also had to change the crankshaft sensor.

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