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Diagnose the system and quit changing parts Change the crank sensor if your going to just change parts

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they can test your ECM (under the coil pack) at your local parts store

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Hello, this could be your ignition module. This also could be a faulty ECU, crank sensor, ECS computer or TPS sensor. AutoZone can run a free diagnostic on your car to pinpoint your problem for you and I hope this fixes your problem!

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SOURCE: 1998 dodge Neon no fire to coil

it sound like you have a bad crank sensor when the sensor gets hot it open circuits inside the sensor and you loose spark if you have access to a noid light see if you are loosing injector pulse also if so then you know its a good chance its the crank sensor

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I am not getting fire to the coil pack what would be the next thing to check

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