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1999 Dodge Durango It runs great till you turn it off. The motor turns over fine but it won't crank (no spark) If I let it sit for a few hours it will crank and run fine. Does not run hot but will crank after it cools down. Please help

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Problem could be depend on your type ignition system could have bad distributor or crankshaft position sensor. best have vechicle code scan first before buying new parts.

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You are saying that the engine will crank or turn over but will not start? If so then you must fine out if the engine has both fuel and spark. after that you can get into the right direction. You can use starting fluid to see is there is a fuel issue. Read the directions on the can. Using too much can harm you and/or your engine.

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I had the same problem-my check engine kept coming up with crank sensor(replaced several times- the car would run for 2 days then stall again)finally checked and replaced the wiring harness and the car ran great for awhile. Now I have a whole new problem(abs lights started coming on and the gauges all died while driving at which point the car just stopped and woulkd not restart)thinking alternator(the battery works great in another car)

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