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What would cause a 1994 Dodge Dakota to have no spark?

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2011-07-16 21:07:12
2011-07-16 21:07:12

Check the ignition modules....loose wire harness or damaged module may be the cause..thats "apache territory"..spend a couple of bucks and test by qualified service is better and cheaper

I went through this with my 95 and the problem turned out to be a broken wire just below the main fuse box under the hood. The way we figured this out was to run a light gauge jumper wire across the maxi fuse that controlled the check engine system

Ihave a 95 and i found a broken wire under thewindsheld washer jog in the wire harness.

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