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Hello Garth,I will be glad to try and assist you with this,Welcome to Just Answer.I may need more info in some cases to help with answering your question.If this is only one coil at fault not firing off the spark plug this can be caused sometimes by a faulty ignition control module or possibly the wiring from the ignition control module or fuse box leading to the affected ignition coil.I would have the fault codes read out/checked with a scan tool that can communicate with this vehicles engine computer to see if any codes have set.If any codes have set this will aid in some cases in the diagnosis to locate the repair.If you have a test light or multi meter let me know and we can try and test the signals for the coil to see where the fault is located.I hope this has helped in some way here.If you need anything else don't hesitate to ask thats what I am here for.Thanks Pete
I have a test light, and none of the coils are firing.
Over to you
yes there's power at this wire
I'm still working on the problem, and I may need some more help that is why I didn't leave a rating as yet.
Is there a time limit with our session?
ok I changed the crankshaft sensor and still no spark.
Sorry I forgot to mention that also changed the ignition
My scanner only reads trouble codes not fault codes.
The 15 amp fuse is good. There's power at terminal 2, and there
is ground at terminal 1.
can you tell me where the PCM is located on the rodeo?
thanks, I'll contact you again if I have any further questions.