1999 Dodge Ram Van 3500 Q&A
1999 Dodge Ram Van 3500 Question: no power to ignition coil
on my Dodge Ram 3500 Van 1999, after determining that I was getting no spark to the distributor I dirconected the connector from the coil and checked with a test light while my son cranked the engine at first I got nothing then after trying it again my test light lit up and I recnnected the connector to the van and it started. I let it run for a while about 5 minutes then cut it off when I went to crank it again it wouldn't start so I diconnected it from the coil had my son crank it and now I'm getting no power at all to the connector that goes to the coil. This happened about a month ago I tried to crank it and it would turn over so I left it and came back and it crank but now it dead. - James1301
you may have a bad connector or the wire is damaged from the ignition switch. it may also be the ignition switch. Roy - mastertech6371
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