Question about 2005 Chrysler Town & Country
Hello! Is the Check Engine Light (CEL) on, indicating a stored fault code? Since you have installed a new Coil I would suggest having a look at the wiring to the coil's connector...1&4 are controlled by the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) on the Dark Blue/Dark Green wire...Visually inspect the connector, pins and wiring at the Coil end...If you have a multimeter and a wee bit of knowledge of its use the wire can be tested with a voltmeter...With engine running, measure the voltage on the following wire colors of the coil connector... Dark Blue/Orange...Dark Blue/Tan, and the suspect wire, Dark Blue/Dark Green...All three should read the same...There is a fourth wire in the connector (Brown White)...It is the input ground from the Engine Oil Pressure Switch and must be present...
Without a meter the best you can do is to inspect the connector...It is not as rare as you may think that you replaced a bad Ignition Coil with another bad Ignition Coil...Send a comment...
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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