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My 92 chrysler newyorker stopped firing what do i do i checked my relays and my fuses and i still have no spark

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Sounds like the ingintion coil gone. and if thats ok, the you new a new ecu

Posted on Jul 03, 2010

  • Steven Fredericks Jul 03, 2010

    i also forgot check the grounds and for any broken wires leading to the coil and ecu

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