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1996 plymouth voyager 3.3 se

My 1996 3.3 voyager won't start, I have no spark at the coil pack which was replaced, and I replaced the crank sensor also and still no spark. I drove the van with out the timing belt for short periods of time causing it to over heat and eventually not start. I notice that my radio does not work now, the clock displys but as soon as I turn the radio on it goes blank. I also notice that a relay located on the passenger side under the hood seems to be fried. I'm gonna replace it. what's going on????? what could be wrong??? Help!!!! van cranks but won't turn over! I spayed starter fluid in the intake and it sputerrs and almost starts but doesn't!!

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Check your cap and rotor. if the they do not get a good enouph connection than it won't send a spak to the engine and or coil pack. you need to also check your spark plugs and wires.

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