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I HAVE A 2001 DODGE CARAVAN I replace my brakes and went to test drive vechine know won't start and it is not firing at ignition coil radiator fan not turning can you please help me. thank you

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Check you crank sensor it may have failed

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For the 2001 Dodge Caravan (and Grand Caravan) all 3.3L V6 Engines (including the Flex Fuel):

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Tested each spark plug on my 94 Dodge Caravan and it has no spark

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Technical Point: "Fire" aka high voltage, should be coming FROM the coil not TO it. If your coil is not being energized the first check after looking for obvious loose connections is testing voltages to the components IAW the shop manual. If all are go remove the coil and take it in for a test to see if it is producing sufficient spark energy. Alternatively swap coil with a known working coil to isolate the problem. Also initiate a self test of the built-in diagnostics and check for ignition related codes.( see the shop manual)

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