My truck has new plug wires, plugs, and new cap and rotor along with a new coil but it still wont fire?

Asked by Feb 19, 2013 at 03:15 PM about the 1986 Dodge Ram 50 Pickup

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i cannot figure it out can anyone help

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does this have a ceramic resistor on firewall? if so thats it ,jump over it to check,then replace it its their for a reason

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it has new resistor as well could it possibly be the ecu

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check with a test light on coil possitive side and see if power is going to coil and if so check the negative side as you crank motor over if so then it sounds like the pick ups inside the distrtibutor would be bad.

have done all that and had my mechanic check the omhs on the distributor and the coil im not getting fire out of coil thats why im wondering if its the ecu

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its the ignition control module. if you ever have any problems with no spark or no fire. you always need to right away check the icm

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