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2006 4.7 l durango. P2302 and 2314 ignition coil cyl 1 and

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2006 4.7 l durango. P2302 and 2314 ignition coil cyl 1 and 5 secondary coil. where do i get wiring prints. swapped several coils and plugs around still same problems same areas.
only got to rev past 2500 without surging once
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Dodge
Expert:  sprinkles08 replied 2 years ago.
Hello and welcome to JustAnswer!
With these two codes setting you most likely have no coil driver on 1 and 5.
A loss of coil driver could be an open circuit between the powertrain control module and coil, a short to power or ground on the driver circuit, or a failed driver within the powertrain control module.
The first thing that should be done is verify that the drivers are not present.
If the circuits are constantly grounded then unplug the PCM and see if it goes away. If so then the problem is in the PCM, if not then the circuits are shorted in the harness.
If the drivers are missing then you either have open circuits or failed drivers in the PCM. What would need to be done is load test the wires, if ok then the PCM can be condemned. The number 1 driver is the light blue/red wire and goes to pin 10 of PCM connector 2, number 5 is dark green/white and goes to pin 2 of connector 2.