Dodge Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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Did it stall while driving and if so is the timing belt ok? Is the check engine light on and what codes are setting?
Do you see a red light on in the dash? Also since it doesn't have any spark and it has a new crankshaft sensor then can you disconnect the coil and tell me if the green/orange wire has 12v when cranking, then clip the test light to positive and tell me if the other 3 flash when cranking?
Can you remove the camshaft sensor that is mounted on the drivers side of the head and tell me if the camshaft is turning when you start it?
Take your time..
And if it's spinning over I will need for you to get a cheap 10.00 test light and let's see if the coil is getting a coil driver pulse to spark or not...
Keep me posted,
Ok glad the belt is turning.. Now here's where we are at, no spark and you don't have a constant 12v on the Green/Orange(ASD)........That tells me the PCM is not telling the coil to fire and the reasons for that would be security(SKIM KEY), broke timing belt, crankshaft sensor and a few more..
If it is getting a ground pulse then you need a new coil.. Now are you 100% sure it doesn't have spark?
If you don't have the red light on for a bad SKIM key then you will need a scantool to see if it see's a signal from the crankshaft sensor... Also if it shows in sync or out of sync on timing because I have had engines that when you switch it off the belt jumps which causes it to be out of sync... Have you remove the covers to check and see if it's lined up?
Well since you have replaced all the electrical parts that would cause it to not start, the only self test you could do is cycle the key 3 times and tell me what codes the PCM has and we can go from there...
A easy way to see is to check the compression of one of the cylinders to see is it's above 100... If yes then timing is fine. Does the check engine light come on when you turn the key on? If it comes on and goes off that tells me the PCM is coming on and doing a bulb check.. If not then it could be a bad PCM..
At this point I would check compression and then get a scantool to monitor crankshaft signals and if it's in or out of sync...
Let me know,