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Explain no kind of power to the coil. 12v or no spark out of the coil? And how do you know, have you tested it with a meter?
May, 18, 2006 AT 8:28 PM
A Dodge Dakota SRT 1997 96,000 miles with no power leading into the coil where I should have 12 volts I get 0.005 on my multimeter
May, 19, 2006 AT 8:24 AM
Power to your coil comes directly from your SBEC )single board engine controller). It could be an auto shut doen relay. Check the voltage on the dark blue wire of you alternator with the key on. Let me know
May, 19, 2006 AT 11:45 AM
I dont have dark blue wire going to my alternator I have dark green and dark green with black both showed zero
May, 19, 2006 AT 5:40 PM
Sounds like the auto shut down relay isn't on. It is also turned on by the SBEC. Either it is bad or the SBEC. It is in the engine compartment and with a breather hose running to it. It also houses the voltage regulator and is a high failure item. Good luck
May, 19, 2006 AT 7:41 PM
Are you talking about the auto shutdown relay or the sbec with the breather hose cause I checked the relay with a meter it is fine and my sbec only has wires going to it
May, 20, 2006 AT 7:56 AM
The auto shut down relay is activated by the SBEC. If the relay was energized you would have power to your coil and alternator and 12v side of your fuel injectors.