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No spark to the coil pack in 1997 grand voyager with a 3.3

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Chrysler uses serious coil voltage drop, to like 8 volts or so, to do this there is a white ceramic resister that fails because it has to drop the voltage by so much.
find this resister and wire around, temporarily, for testing purposes....

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

  • Mike Sep 07, 2009

    Chrysler uses serious coil voltage drop, to like 8 volts or so, to do this there is a white ceramic resister that fails because it has to drop the voltage by so much.

    find this resister and wire around, temporarily, for testing purposes....

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