Question about Dodge Grand Caravan
The coil pack terminals are not connected properly.Remove the coil pack connections and clean the area where its connected and then reconnect the coil pack connections to the connectors then on the opposite terminal lead of coil packs check for power.It will give proper power.
Measure the resistance of the ignition wires from the coil packs to each plug. The PCM (computer) tells the coil pack when to fire the plugs. Note that two plugs are connected to each coil. One cylinder is on it's power stroke and fires and the other cylinder is not. Also interchange the coil pack connections and then check.If still no power to coil pack lead then get it checked separately at local car garage.It may be faulty.
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Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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