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05 Dodge 1500 no spark

4.7 coil over plug.no spark no cam signal.

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SOURCE: 1997 Dodge Ram 1500 5.2 liter won't start

I WOULD SAY IT IS THE COMPUTER {BRAIN} THAT IS WHAT SENDS THE FIREING ORDER AND VOLTAGE AND SETS THE TIMEING SPECK I WOULD SAY CHECK THE COMP

Posted on May 26, 2009

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yeah dude, this isn't that hard or take that much time, your going to wanna disconnect your battery like usual. to get to the plugs, you will have to take off that black air box thing on top of your motor, it is just like a couple screws or something. then you'll see the coils and just unscrew and replace them one at a time, the hardest ones will be the ones in the back, but even those ones arnt that hard to get out. if your check engine light comes on after it is all done just disconnect your battery again and then turn the key to erase the error thing and then replug in your battery. any more help can be found on google

Posted on Feb 15, 2010

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SOURCE: 318 dodge 1500 no spark new coil still no spark

Sounds like a bad crank sensor.

Posted on Jul 25, 2010

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Hi,here's what you need to do to find out the cause of your problem, and get your car back on the road.

  • Make sure that you have enough gas in your car. This sounds like common sense but many people don't think to check this before wondering why their car won't start. Try to refill your tank when it is no less than one quarter full, or you risk getting stalled or stuck somewhere.
  • Verify that the battery has a full charge. A battery with a low or partial charge can cause the engine to crank too slow preventing it from starting. Sometimes a jump will fix this problem, but if your battery is more than five years old you should consider replacing it, especially if winter is only a few months away.
  • Check to see if your fuel pump is turning on. This can easily be done by putting your key in the ignition, turning it to the "on" position, and listening carefully with your ear pointed toward the back seat. If your fuel pump is working you will here an electric "whirring" noise for about 2 seconds every time you cycle the key on and off. If you hear nothing then your fuel pump is faulty or not getting any power.
  • Find out if the engine is getting gas to it. Sometimes a plugged fuel filter or a problem with the fuel injectors can prevent the engine from getting any gasoline. To check this remove the air cleaner and smell inside the throttle body or air cleaner housing. If the engine is getting enough gas you should be able to sense a strong gasoline smell due to the amount of uncombusted fuel left inside the intake manifold.
  • Determine whether the spark plugs are firing. If there is plenty of gas but no spark, the engine will crank but not start. Unplug one of the spark plug wires and plug in a spark tester. Have a friend get in the car and crank the engine while you watch to see if the spark tester illuminates. You can usually purchase a spark tester at an auto parts store for about ten dollars.

Posted on Dec 09, 2010

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