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No start coilpack ok but no spark at plugs power to coilpack -present fuel press ok new crank sensor new cam sensor new (used) comp new battery

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Okay, lets start with fuses, check all your fuses, then move on to scanning the computer for any stored codes, like pcm codes as chrysler has had computer problems, and make sure power wire from battery to fuse/ relay box is good and clean, then check your auto shut down relay maybe swap with a known good one, then last dis connect all injectors and check for a shorted one.

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