Question about 1993 Dodge Dakota
I have changed the dist. cap, rotor, coil & sync signal generator that's inside the dist. & I still don't have any spark to the plugs.
I replaced plugs-wires-coil pack-cam sensor-check fuses under hood and still no spark-finally if you look at the fuse box under hood (driver side next to battery-coming out black box-carefuly remove tape wrap from bundle,find the 2 red wires w/white stripe,follow those to where they connect to one red/white stripe wire(half way between box and washer fluid res.remove factory tape there-if there is powder corrossion reconnect and splice wires together-my truck started right up-hope this is the problem.DakotaDoug
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
Check fuses inside the engine compartment. Remove each one, and plug it back in, to make sure it has a good contact.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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