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No fire i have a dodge van 5.9 gas no fire when warmed up have changed coil +pickup coil +cap + rotor will run for 1/2 hour then stalls wont start for several hours

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  • ctinker4 Jun 01, 2009

    where is the cold start sensor located thank you

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    it wont fire

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Check the crankshaft sensor

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Change the cold start sensor.

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  • Eric Shephard Jun 02, 2009

    located at front of engine on intake manifold.

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