You can't have spark if you had no power to the fuel injectors. They both are fed from the automatic shutdown (ASD) relay. You either did the tests at different times when the intermittent problem was acting up during one test, or something was measured incorrectly. After almost 40 years in tv repair I can't tell you how many times I got confused from misreading my equipment or not making good contact with the probes.
As for "not receiving a pulse", that doesn't mean anything. Pulse from what? Crankshaft position sensor? Injectors? Distributor?
Yes, you will find Mitsubishi stuff on this car. It's a Mitsubishi product with the Dodge name on it. (If it has the original cd / cassette combo radio, those are built by them for all of the Chrysler car and truck models and are REAL high quality).
It just occurred to me, you checked for spark and you checked for power to the injectors, but how did you do that? There won't be any power to the injectors unless you're cranking the engine. Naturally you're cranking the engine when checking for spark.
Saturday, September 22nd, 2012 AT 12:45 AM