Question about Dodge Daytona
I believe that you may be dealing with a bum hall effect sensor located in the distributor. I can send you diagrams and testing procedures, but with no pulse voltage at the positive side of the coil, it is likely that the sensor has failed and the distributor needs to be replaced. feel free to email me for the diagrams and I will get those to you immediately. firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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