my 1998 voyager has no spark and will not start
Are you sure there Is no spark? The reason I ask is because a false impression of no spark would complicate diagnosis. Was vehicle flooded recently and has wet fouled plugs?
Remove one plug wire and stick a metal screwdriver in the end of the boot. Hold the plastic handle of the screwdriver with rubber dishwashing gloves on your hands. Position the metal part of your screwdriver close to something metal & unpainted on the engine. Have a helper crank the engine. A strong spark should jump from the screwdriver. You may even hear a "click" or "pop" each time. Does it? HTH. -Jim
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