My 1996 Dodge Caravan, will not start. Spark plugs will not spark, will not send gas either. I hear a strong starter trying to start the vehicle but nothing else happen. The reading code is P0352D. Please help. Thanks.
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Re: 1996 Dodge Caravan starting problem.
P0352 is ignition coil #2 primary circuit..the engine controller had these circuit problems in this model year..also have seen a crank sensor cause this fault also..if it's not the crank sensor,most likely engine controller
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either no fuel or no spark-when you turn the key to 'on' can you hear a buzz (only lasts about a second or two) from the rear of the van? If so, find the top metal rail on the engine that has a light green plastic cap on it, and (with a towel placed over it) remove the cap, turn on the key (to run, not start) and push in the center pin to see if a good, strong stream of gas comes out (use the towel to protect yourself from a gas bath). No stream, you will probably need to replace the fuel pump, which involves dropping the fuel tank. If it passes these tests, you need to check for spark.
Do this (with a helper) by removing a spark plug cable from a plug, insert a screwdriver tip into the boot and hold the handle/metal shaft close a metal surface of the engine (within 1/4 inch). You should see a electric arc jump the air gap to the metal when your helper turns the key to start. If no arc, you probably need to replace the pick-up coil which is located under the rotor inside the distributor, this is the most common reason for a no-start condition.
hi You said spark plug is firing that is fine have you check fuel system check your fuel pressure regulator,also check your spark plugs conditions. It can be fuel pump but first check the pressure fuel.
You need to check for spark. You probably do not have spark causing the engine to flood. Check your ignition parts and see what shape they are in. If you have not had a tune up in 50,000 miles you may want to start there.