car will crank but will not start

darrylbj
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Asked by darrylbj Mar 05, 2012 at 10:38 PM about the 2008 Dodge Charger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 2008 3.5L Dodge Charger will not start, there is no spark. could it be the computer, fuel pump is
good. please help!!!

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magda
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I have never had such a proble so i am sorry but I can't help.. :-)

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Snidely
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Could be the computer, but not likely. The first place to start is checking for diagnostic codes. If you don't have a code reader, you can probably borrow one from Autozone or another parts store. I'd recommend buying one though - they're pretty handy to have and not terribly expensive.Write down the codes, then search for the code number on the internet. How did you check for spark?

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Snidely
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You might check this thread, too. But a starter relay doesn't make sense if you're not getting any spark. A relay would be more likely if it's not turning over. http://www.cargurus.com/Cars/Discussion-t32276_ds501179

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