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Dodge d100 wont get spark - 1988 Dodge D-Series Pickups

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Replace coil. make sure you have a good ground. Good plugs, cap and rotor.

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SOURCE: i have a 1975 dodge D100 miss fireing

The correct firing order for the engine is 1=8=4=3=6=5=7=2. Standing in front of the engine the right bank is odd numbered. and the left bank is even numbered. Also check to see if you are getting fuel to the carburator. Hope this will help you.

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SOURCE: just changed spark plugs and

Check your plug wires to see if you have knocked one loose inside the boot.
Also I would check the points to see if they are burnt and for proper dwell and point gap.
And verify that the plug wires are correctly installed if you took them all off at once.
Hope this helps.

Posted on Jul 31, 2011

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