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I GET NO SPARK ON MY 2001 DODGE 3500 VAN WITH A 5.2 ENGINE I CHECKED ALL FUSES RELAYS AND CHANGED THE CRANK SENSOR AND STILL NO SPARK COIL IS GOOD THERES JUST NO POWER GOING TO THE COIL THEREFORE I HAVE NO SPARK. THIS ALL HAPPEND WHILE DRIVING ON THE HIGHWAY ONE DAY AND THE ENGINE JUST SHUT DOWN,SHES GETTING FUEL I CAN SMELL IT BUT NO SPARK DOES ANYBODY OUT THERE HAVE ANY IDEA WHY THIS IS HAPPENING COULD IT BE THE COMPUTER? THE ONLY CODES COMMING UP ARE P 0031 AND P 0037 AND THATS FOR THE O2 SENSORS THAT HAVE BEEN BAD FOR MONTHS COULD THAT OF CAUSED THE COMPUTER TO BURN OUT? ANY HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED

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Distributor pick up coil has failed ( hal effect ) , remove cap and rotor and you will see it usually under a plastic shield . Just remove and replace .. they are fairly cheap.

Posted on Jul 29, 2010

  • Frank Howard jr
    Frank Howard jr Dec 27, 2013

    I still no spark

  • Frank Howard jr
    Frank Howard jr Dec 27, 2013

    I changed everything and still no spark

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