Question about Dodge Ramcharger
Well depending on how old the truck is will make a difference on the answer. If it is a newer truck, I would guess it would be the electronic control modual or ECM. If it is an older truck and you have power to the coil but no spark, I would start by checking the points in the distributor. If no power to the coil, then you would need to check the wires on the starter solenoid to make sure the wire that feeds the coil is not disconnected or broken. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 20, 2011
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