Question about 2002 Dodge Durango
Try looking at spark from coil. Pull coil wire (hold with well insulated pliers or similar to avoid shock) and hold away from coil. crank it over and observe spark. If 1/4"-1/2" & orange/yellow color, replace it, if about an inch or longer & nice blue color, coil should be o.k. Appears that computer problems are not uncommon on these, so if that doesn't fix it, I would disconnect battery connections, pull computer connections, clean well with contact cleaner, add a little dielectric grease and re-assemble & try. Otherwise you may have to have computer tested by good mechanic. Remember, even though some people don't like going to a dealer, they are the most likely to have run into this the most, and usually know right where to look. Keep us posted, good luck.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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