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1998 dodge 1500 5.9 will not start, Just installed plugs, cap and wires 2 days ago and it was running great. I ran an errand this morning ran great. But now I can't get it started. I know it has and is getting gas. I checked all wires. Could the coil have gone bad. The truck has 160,00 miles.

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You can check for spark by plugging in one of your old sparkplugs to one of the spark plug cables and letting the sparkplug lay on the bare metal of the engine. Turn over engine to see if the spark plug is producing a spark. No spark? Check under the distributor cap, take a look at the rotor for damage.

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