ignition coil on 1993 Dodge Dakota

can the ignition coil cause the plug wires not to get any spark and cause it not to fire

by in Buckhannon, WV on December 30, 2010
1 answer
ANSWER by on December 30, 2010
Yes, the Electrical energy produced from the coil, travels though the plug wires to the plug. If no spark is being generated through the coil, you won't get anything to the plugs either.
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