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Cranks but wont start

2000 dodge dakota 2.5 ,cranks but will not start, have no spark, no fuel pressure, gauges do not wk, such as gas gauge,volt gauge etc. the check engine light does come on with the key, and ran a computer test, comes up no data,

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Check your ignition module. If that is not it, I recommend checking your ignition switch i.e. the thing you insert you key into when you start. There is a possibility that your ignition switch is bad.

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