No Spark on 1996 Dodge Dakota

No spark. Was told probably crank sensor. Can that be problem and where is it located?

by in Warminster, PA on November 25, 2009
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2 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by , November 25, 2009
I believe I have already told you where it's at. Did you not understand what I told you? Bret is right, don't just shoot parts at a problem. I can't tell you how many customers I've had, after they have spent $200 to $500 on a problem trying to fix it their self and it didn't fix it. Then I tell them it'll cost $300 to fix it then they cry "I just spent $500".
COMMENT by , November 25, 2009
bret & backyard tech, This is my first request Backyard Tech. Never been on here before. Troubleshot no voltage to coil. Dealership over phone said sounds like crank sensor. Son's car in Army in Alabama with problem, calling me for over phone assistance. Where are both sensors please.
COMMENT by , November 25, 2009
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ANSWER by , November 25, 2009
Yes, that can be your problem, but what was the suggestion based on? Is your engine light on?