Question about 1989 Dodge D150
I have a 89 dodge d150 and i have changed the pick up coil and still bot getting any fire,what else could i do?
You should have a crank sensor that goes into the top of the bell housing . it will either be on the pass side or drivers side I believe on your year it is on pass side. if you reach back behind the intake behind the pass side head you will feel the sensor. it is held in by 1 bolt and feel the wire harness to follow and unplug it. they go bad often. and on yours you might even be able to see it if you lean over the back of the motor from pass side. it is the only sensor that goes into the top of bell housing where trans and engine go together . sometimes you have to move a few things out of your way to get to it like oil press sensor ect. and have you checked the coil? the crank sensors are pretty cheap just make sure you give the part store exact year and engine.
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