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My 1991 Dodge Dakota died while I was driving it and would not restart. Got it home, replaced ignition coil, no help. Engine cranks good but no fire. Gas smell when cranking.

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Most likely is the pick up coil in the distributor. easy to replace pull dist cap off and rotor button and there it is.

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92 Dakota, 3.9, automatic. Engine backfired, coughed, and died while driving. Acted as if it ran out of gas. Would not restart. Replaced fuel filter and electric fuel pump, still no start. Any ideas?


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If no spark check out the wiring in ignition circuit along with your ecm which fires the plugs.

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Sounds like a crank or cam sensor or even a coil pack problem.Do you have any codes or check engine lite on?

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I HAD THIS SAME PROBLUM AND IT WAS THE OXIGIN CENSER MIGHT WONT TO TRI THAT ??

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did you replace ignition madule? I see you chg. everything else but that. they can be fine when cold, but when they get hot quit working.

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Runs normally, no check lights. Occasionally dies, will not restart or start only after long shut-down period. During period of "non-start", no spark/fire at plugs, distributor, or coil.


This unit has a pickup in the distributor that tells the coil when to fire. Check to see if you have power at the coil. If yes,connect a test light to the ground side of the coil and have an assistant crank the engine.The test light should flash on and off. If not, you have a problem inside the distributor. The pickup coil or the ignition module are at fault. Good Luck

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this engine fuel pump prassurae low. it fuel pump celan. Your problem sovel

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