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Hi,

This is a common issue in Plymouth Voyager. However, there are different check points.No power to coil might be due to many reasons. Few of them that you need to check are :-

1. Ignition Switch
2. Power Distribution Center
3. Check all ground Wires
4. Heater Core
5. Ac module
6. Clean all connections on starter
7. Clean all connections going to PDC.
8. Check Body Control Module.

Note - If all the above check points are fine, More likely it would be the Crank Sensor.

Hope i helped you.

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Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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