Question about Dodge Ram 250
Check that your have primary 12 v to the coil when it won't start.Can there be a loose connection?Coil is inexpensive to replace,Does distributor have a capacitator? Small cylinder by points.Change it too.I would check all grounds and connections clean and tighten.Good Luck.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
Testimonial: "I think the ground is likely, not the coil, since there are no codes. Why the capacitor? I've already changed the crank sensor as well. Thanks "
Check your voltae regulator. its usuall on the firewall. just take it off, and look at the back. normally its a metal housing that contains the circuits inside, which are surrounded by this plasticy stuff. look at the back, and see if its melted at all. i had a similar problem with my 79, and turns out that voltage regulator was fried.
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