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1999 plymouth neon that shuts off after 50 miles or so. Has primary ignition code. All new parts,,,coil,,plugs,wires,crank sensor,cam sensor,fuelpump. Dash lights flicker,,,speedo goes nuts when it happens. Definately no spark though.

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Have the alternator checked,it is most likely shorting out,or discharging.

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05 neon, shutdown while driving, has p0522 and p0340. Has no fire. Cam sensor replaced, no obvious signs of damage to any wiring. Help?


Usually dodge--Chrysler--Plymouth, the computer has to see both the cam and crank sensor signals or it won't ground the asd relay. The asd relay supplies voltage to several systems, dark green wire with orange tracer, primary voltage to ignition coil and fuel injectors just to name a couple. There could be other issues, like a problem with wiring circuits, somewhere or voltage.
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I have a 2005 dodge neon that will crank but wont start. I have replaced the cam shaft sensor, crank sensor and the coil pack. Iam also not getting spark to the coil pack. Any suggestions?


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Would a ingnition have any to do with the firing


It has everything to do with the firing. Ignition system consists of the computer, the crank and cam position sensors, the coils, spark plugs, ignition control module, the ignition switch, and the associated wiring.

If you have no fire (no spark), one would start by checking if ignition switch turning on causes the coil to receive battery voltage on the coil primary wire.
Always check for trouble codes when an engine problem develops. Codes stored in memory may have clues to why it won't start. If no codes are present and no spark (no ignition), suspect a bad crank position sensor (it can be tested by a shop), or possibly a bad ignition control module (also can be tested at a parts store for free).

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I have a 96 Plymoth Neon and I am not getting spark.. It have spark through the clip and the coil pack.. But when i put the test on the coil back and the spark plug wire( which is attached to the spark...


There is no OBDII code for you car that is 5, your crank and cam sensor is what tell the computor when to send a signal to fire the cylinder, sounds like a weak coil, you can take it off and autozone can test them, I don't recommend buying one from them, get a good one from the dealer, it's a little bit pricey, much better part.

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We replaced the Water pump and Timing belt on a 1999 Plymouth Neon 2.0 Single Overhead Cam Engine. Engine Cranks, Is getting Fuel...but no spark. We changed the Coil Pack. It still cranks, but no...


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No spark in engine


This link is to the ignition section of the factory service manual.
NEON IGNITION

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