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OK, in reading your question I see that there is injector pulse and the fuel pump is working, so I'll assume the engine is getting fuel but no spark, correct? Also, by you stating cam and crank ref are there, am I to assume both signals are OK and synchronized with no code P0320 or P0340? If so, can you switch the ignition on and check if there is power on the Brown/White wire that goes to the coil pack? If there is power, can you rig the Noid light or a use a LED test light on any of other three coil wires (Dk Blue/Dk Green, Dk Blue/Tan and Dk Blue/Orange) to see if the PCM is switching the primary circuits off and on?
OK. Thanks for letting me know about the fuel pump - I guess you will take care of that later. Regarding not having spark, there are two possibilities that come to mind:
If the PCM is bad, I would recommend replacing the coil pack as well - Chrysler does not give out resistance specifications for those coils and it is very possible they are the cause of the PCM going bad.
Please let me know what you find.
If it's any consolation, I've seen much worse (fuel pump, alternator and PCM gone bad on the same vehicle!). Now, let's clarify because I don't wan't you to misunderstand what I'm saying here: you stated the fuel pump was bad, I was unaware of that fact. As of the primary concern, all I'm doing is trying to help you diagnose a no-spark condition, which, as I clearly stated, could be caused by either bad cam and crank signals or a bad PCM. Check those signals, don't jump the gun and get a new PCM without doing that first.
Please let me know what you find in the morning and we'll take it from there.
How are you doing with that Town & Country? Anything I can do to help?