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How to change pickup coil on 1985 dodge pickup

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Thats part of the igntion module-probly havta change hole thing-buy a haynes manual or go to library sec629--test it when u getit out-the issue may be somethin else in the ign system

Posted on Oct 13, 2013

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SOURCE: I have a 1985 dodge ram with a 1988 318 engine no

have the module tested. check for voltage at the dis and coil

Posted on Oct 24, 2009

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SOURCE: 1985 Dodge Ram Pickup Truck The front brakes

your pressure metering valve could not be working as it should,follow you brake lines down from the master cylinder to the frame rail it is on the inside of the frame rail and the front lines and back lines come out of it,on the front of the valve there should be a small ruber boot there the boot can be removed and inside on the valve you will see a small pin that goes into the valve it should be able to be moved in and out if not it could be rusted stuck and that could cause your front brakes to not release the pressure and cause your problem,i have a 1984 that did the same thing,hope this helps you.

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SOURCE: 1985 dodge w350 with 360

could be if the engine is not getting voltage from the ignition switch. take a test light and check for battery voltage at the coil and module when you turn the switch on.

Posted on Jul 17, 2011

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SOURCE: 1985 Dodge pickup. Turn on blinkers they all flash.

i belive the problem is in your steering colum where your signal switch is remove the steering wheel and check the switch if thats not it then you have 2 bare wires touching

Posted on Jun 09, 2012

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NO SPARK FROM COIL... 1985 DODGE RAM VAN 360


check the positive wire from coil, see if there is spark, or try to get some wire put it into positive battery and the one end into positive of coil, then try to start again and if there is spark now, dont try dis if your car have computer box.

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i belive the problem is in your steering colum where your signal switch is remove the steering wheel and check the switch if thats not it then you have 2 bare wires touching

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