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Can a low fuel pressure keep the firing on a 1994 dodge truck v6 from firing?

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No that would have nothing to do with it, what I would check is to see if there is twelve volts going to the primary ignition side, and is there is i'd check to see if there is 12 v going throught the secondary ignition side. Another thing to try is to take out the easiest spark plug and keep it connected and hold it with a pair of rubber handled needle nose pliers. Touch the screw part against a ground and see if there is a spark jumping where is should be, it not it could be your coil or distributor cap. Hope I could halp.

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No, the one thing that would would be low oil pressure.

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For the 3.3L AND 3.8L V6
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