Why am I getting no spark?

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Asked by Oct 05, 2014 at 06:42 PM about the 1993 Chrysler New Yorker Salon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 93 Chysler New Yorker salon
3.3l it was running fine after I
replaced the Brain and added a new
alternator. It will crank but won't fire!

I replaced the spark plug main hub?
Still no spark.

I think it might have Somthing to do
with Crank or Cam shaft postion
sensor so I ordered both. Will this fix
the problem ? And where are these
located on this Car to replace?

Thank You

4 Answers

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Have you also tried replacing the plugs them self just go to auto zone they can help

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There is no spark from the coil pack thus no spark to send to the spark plugs.

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Crank and Camshaft position sensor had no effect! Still no spark! Any ideas anyone?

3 people found this helpful.

Having the same problem. Replaced plugs wire and coil pack. Still no spark. Checking to see if there is a relay.

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