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What should be the resistance and on which of the four pins. Sevice manual NO HELP.
ECU has some burnt caps, but all other components check out ok...coil. condensor, power trans. New wires and plugs, but gets no spark.
Just quit running with no restart.
Any help greatly appreciated Ed

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1993 dodge stealth ,obd2 connector will like to know what color wire to obd2 connector should have power when ignition is turn on and where that color wire goes to

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