Question about 2006 Dodge Stratus
After doing much investigation of my own I've found that there is no power going to the coil. What would stop power from getting to the coil?
Some basics could be the ignition switch (key) itself. Dirt, grime, etc. could interfere with the connection. Fusible linkages and fuses, on board computer, antitheft device (kill switch), etc. to name a few more.
You likely require a copy of the vehicle\'s wiring diagram to figure this one out - or bring it to your dealer / trusted mechanic. Auto electrics can be a real pain in the backside
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