why would my 99 dakota is only sparking on two cylinders

Asked by Mar 25, 2014 at 01:48 PM

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i replaced every thing from the craink senser to the plugs and still no spark on five
cylinders

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Have you checked the ignition fuses in the main power distribution box? Checked ignition coils for shorting or opens?

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