Question about 1983 Dodge Pickup
Posted by Anonymous on
Did you check primary voltage at the coil, I believe it is a pink wire. It goes hot, either key on or engine cranking. With some older vehicles, they used a resister block, during cranking, it bypasses the resister and the coil gets full battery voltage, with engine running it goes through resister trying to make it easier on the ignition system. I'ts been a long time since I worked on this model year. Did you check voltage and ground, anywhere? Replacing parts may not fix it, if problem with wiring circuit, somewhere?
Posted on Mar 07, 2016
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