Question about 1992 Dodge Ram 150 Club Cab
Ok, the ballast resistor was on Dodge 318's up until 1999 as far as I know. So there should be one on the vehicle. You can add a heavy gauge wire to it to see if it is bad. On vans it is located in the very front under the hood, driver's side. I dont know where it is on the pickup truck. Also, if timing jumps i do not believe it will spark. if you replaced the rotor, make sure it is in time. Some cycles of the rotor are out-of-synch with the oil pump and you may be 180degrees out. try rotating the rotor all the way around after marking it, of course, and see if you get spark. otherwise, crank sensor or ground sound like the all need checking. Dodge is notorious for loose ignition modules.
Posted on Oct 04, 2012
You say that you replaced the pick-up coil. If you have a pick-up coil then you don't have crank position sensor. 1st check for spark at plugs during "no start". If not ,check for spark from coil wire. If o/k then check rotor and dist cap for carbon tracking.
Posted on May 09, 2009
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