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I have a 1999 1500 nomad and it cranks over but no spark  I took off side cover on the motor  to see if the stator was in there and it was wet with a little oil I DID NIT KNOW IF there should even be totaly dry or if a seal is going out and it shorted out something

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Oil is not a problem.You must check the Ohms resistance in the coils and also check the pick up sensor for proper Volt supply.

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