I have a 1989 dodge raider with a v6 i have power to the coil but no power out of the coil and i just replace the coil with a new one and i still dont have power out of the coil what could be wrong

Asked by Jan 27, 2014 at 07:05 PM about the 1989 Dodge Raider

Question type: General

3 Answers


Ignition module. It sends signal to the coil to fire.


Or - Your CHECK ENGINE lamp can indicate the condition the ECM is in. The lamp should burn for close to four seconds, then go out. Mitsubishi ECMs tend to leave the CHECK ENGINE lamp burning forever on failed units. Your ignitor is located near the ignition coil It uses a single, 3-wire connector with a wire clip retainer. A rocking motion is sometimes enough to remove it, other times picking the wire retainer is necessary. Once the connector is removed, examine the terminals for the presence of corrosion. The weather-resisant boot often decays, allowing water entry

Thanks mark helpful. Your answer from two years ago is what was wrong with my rader. Cleaned the three wire plug and it starts great.

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