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Hello, we just did a head job to a 1994 dodge b250 with a 3.9. We put everything back together and no starty. I have electric at the bottom of the coil and electric at the dist. but nothing coming out of the coil. Could this be a computer problem? Can it be reset? Any help would be great I tired of buying unneeded parts. Thanks
 

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Are U getting a pulse at the coil when the engine is cranking? Thats what makes the spark.
 

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masagordon said:
Hello! He responded faster than normal. Shouldn't expect a response after 2 minutes :D
 

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is this a dodge van?
 

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Check the ground for the coil. If you have a good ground and are getting power and a pulse then replace the coil or have it tested.
 

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moved thread here for better response. good luck
 

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Did you remove the distributor?
 

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Other than the coil being dead is your distributor timed correctly- it could be 180 out, as the notch on the rotor is opposite the rotor tip. Also a have read the newer vans have a fuel-pump cut off switch in the oil pressure sender. The oil pressure sender (and wiring) is located near the distributor and might of been disturbed.
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