Question about 2006 Chrysler Pacifica
It will turn over but will not crank. I have tryed spraying starting fluid in the throtle body to see if it was the fuel pump but it didint make a difference. I have checked all the fueses and they are good. According to a repair manual I have It ask to check for 12V at the crank shaft position sensor and one of the coils to the spark plugs and both do not have any volts.
What do you think?
2001 F150 crew cab 5.4L
Remove a sparkplug wire install a screw driver in it set it close to a ground (metal) spin over engine if it doesnt spark then it sounds like a bad ignition control module, which is bolted to side of distrubutor or some models have on top of driverside wheel well near master cylinder, try that good luck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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