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I have an 1985 dodge Plymouth reliant with an 2.2L in it I am not getting any power to the coil nor any spark but I am getting good fuel to the carb

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DID YOU LOOK AT THE ECM fues an mske sure it was in good shpae if not there are fuesabel link that some time over heat an blow out

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SOURCE: 1985 Plymouth Reliant, spark to coil and plugs will not start, fuel goes to injectors

It has to be valve timing, so check the belt, it has jumped I bet

Posted on Oct 21, 2008

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