Question about 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck 2WD
I replaced the torque converter now no power to coil.
Check the crank sensor in the back at the transmission
Posted on Jul 01, 2010
Im assume you tested the coil which is good coil, and no voltage to the coil. when the ignition is turn on the power should charged the coil, 12V should remain in the coil as long the ignition is on position. check all fuse and relays making sure they are not blown. if both fuse and relays are good then you have a short as no power going to your coil. check your ignition system it may not have a good contact, your ignitions systems is like a master switch, which turn on everthing and its common to go bad over time. make sure everything is connected, battery is good and the ground properly connected and play with ignition switch turning back and forth to see if you getting contact.
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