Question about Dodge Durango
It sounds like you are not getting spark from the spark plugs. The ignition coil controls the spark. The crank sensor also controls the spark. If I had to guess I would say test or replace the ignition coil. If tests okay i would do a resistance test on crank sensor. But at my shop I have seen many Ignition coils go bad.
Posted on Oct 25, 2010
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