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1999 Dodge Ram 1500 318 engine no spark no signal to coil i changed cam positioner sensor and crank positioner sensor still no spark could it be a bad wire (ground)somewere

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I had the same problem, cost me $1300 but it ended up being a PCM connector and the PCM. Costs about $200 for the parts used.
Dealership ruled out an aftermarket immobilizer

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Check the ASD relay in the fuse box. Swap it with the starting relay. If the engine fails to roll over. Thats your problem. If not, check and see if your fuel injector connectors have voltage to them if not its a bad PCM. Hope this helps.

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