What computers? The van's Engine Computer or a scanner that plugs in under the steering column. What does "reading good" mean? There were no fault codes? When you say "getting a signal", Chrysler scanners will show the crankshaft position sensor and camshaft position sensors' signals as "no" or "present". Is that what you're referring to?
You didn't say how the crankshaft position sensor was tested. The fuel pump is supposed to run for one second after turning on the ignition switch. A lot of people confuse that for working, when it usually doesn't turn back on when cranking the engine, like it's supposed to.
You said the ignition coil pack was replaced which implies someone found it has no spark, but you didn't actually say that. If you indeed have no spark, AND the fuel pump isn't turning on during cranking, the crankshaft position sensor is the main suspect. That's why I'm wondering how it was determined to be okay.
Do you have a voltmeter or test light? If so, we can determine if you have a fuel supply problem, a spark problem, or much more likely, a sensor problem related to both systems.
Friday, September 5th, 2014 AT 8:45 PM