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I have a 96 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE, V6 3.3 engine. It's not getting spark from the 3rd and 6th ports from the Coil Pack. I have changed the coil pack, plugs, wires, and even tried a different PCM. I went ahead and changed the crank and cam position sensors too. It's still not getting a pulse from the same plugs. Could it be a wiring, or wire connector issue? Could a bad relay keep those specific ports not to fire? Please help, I am stumped.

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  • tufforda Jun 06, 2010

    I've changed the ECM with another from the same model van, and same Numbers. It's still doing the same thing.

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Have your ECM (Computer) checked out, it coiuld be bad.

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Should have stared working backwards from your problem first.
see which tabs on the coil packs arent getting voltage. check voltage at plug into coil pack work back from there, also check your grounds.

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