Question about 1990 Dodge D150
Check the ignition resistor mounted on the firewall. It will be white in color with two terminals. One terminal coming in from ignition switch and the other going to the coil. Check the ignition side for fire with the key on, if you have fire there then check the coil side of resistor. If you find no fire on the coil side replace the resistor and that should take care of your problem. Hope this will help you.
Posted on May 26, 2010
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