91 Dodge won't start

Marcia Stiner
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Asked by Sep 03, 2012 at 10:30 AM about the 1991 Dodge RAM 150 2 Dr LE 4WD Standard Cab LB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

91 dodge 150 5.2 cranks but won't start can anyone help?Changed ignition coil,pick-up coil,coil wire no spark.

6 Answers

Rubie
1,035

Did you check to see if the battery is holding a charge?

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kenloveslori
0

I replaced the computer located behind the battery and it started up, I also as you did replaced everything, relays, coil, etc. nothing worked You send your's in they send you a remanufactured one.

bobtazz
35

I put direct power to coil still no spark

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Nkay
30

It could be your Crank Position Sensor.

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DRam150
10

I have a 1991 Dodge Ram W150. I habe replaced the cap, rotor button, ignition coil, and pickup coil, and fuel pump. And my truck still won't start all it does is cranks over.

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BudMrMopar
10

there is a ground wire that go from the battery to the radiator support check to see if it is grounding good I had a problem with my 86 ram charger would not start figured out it was that wire not grounding right relocated it re grounded and it is fine 91 I don't know if it has this wire or if it is the problem just a suggestion to look into

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