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Your car does not start at all so what causes no spark in a 1995 Dodge Stratus?

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2016-11-23 05:43:16
2016-11-23 05:43:16

This could be a problem with your cam sensor, or crank sensor.

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The cam position sensor. Worn spark plugs, bad spark plug wires,...................

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