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I have an 1994 Plymouth Voyager with the 2.5 an i went to put a oil presser gauge in an i did but after a some time the car running the car died will not start the key comes on an turns over but no spark an it dont sound like fule pump is working i no for a fact that the coil ant gitting no power . i think because of the oil sending unit being out somthing told the computer that there ant no oil presser so it kicked off but im not sure .i replaced the sending unit (oil) u think im going to try the computer .. Is there a way to test the computer ?

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The oil pressure sensor can't shut it down on this model. Have you checked the timing belt?

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