Question about 1996 Dodge Neon
Seems like a resistor or wire leading to the ignition coil may be at fault.
There's a primary and secondary coil in an ignition coil. And, if the coil isn't getting power, then there's no way for the secondary coil to deliver the spark to the spark plugs.
You may want to take it to an auto electric shop if you have trouble tracing why the wire doesn't have power at the primary coils of the ignition coil.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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