Question about 1996 Chrysler Town & Country
Try replacing the coil and distribitor as well as rotor button. Also before you go sinking to much more money in find out if its getting fuel or a spark. Crank the engine over several times and pull a plug see if its wet and smells like gas if so your getting fuel. Then pull a plug and ground the firing end on the engine block witht the other end still connected into the boot. Have some crank over the engine and see if you can see a spark, If so you have spark. CAUTION do not hold onto the plug wire and boot when the car is being turned over. you will get a big sock, it wont hurt you but it will hurt like hell.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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