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Plugs are not getting fire what do I do ? is it the coil?

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On my 2000 dodge dakota you can check for engne codes by turning key on and off 3 times and any codes will come up on your odometer , mind did this twice first time was sensor in distributer and about a year later the coil acted up,there was a code with the sensor but none with the coil. hope this helps

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