Is that 11 volts during engine cranking? If you have that voltage with just the ignition switch turned on but not cranking the engine, you're measuring something incorrectly.
Also, when you say the fuel pump is running, you should hear it run for one second after turning on the ignition switch, then it will stop. It won't run again until the Engine Computer sees engine rotation. It knows that by the pulses from the cam and crank sensors.
The new crank sensor will have either a thin plastic rib molded to the end to set the air gap, or if it came from the dealer it will have a thick paper spacer stuck to the end. Some aftermarket sensors use the paper spacer too. If neither of those were present, the sensor could be broken from hitting the flex plate.
If that 11 volts did indeed come back during cranking, the cam and crank sensors and automatic shutdown relay are working. For no spark, that would leave the ignition coil, Engine Computer, or wire between them. Computer failure on Chryslers is very rare.
Friday, September 16th, 2011 AT 11:12 PM