i have haynes repair manual. the crank sensor was bad. put new 1 on still no volts at coil.all the wires from asd and fuel pump relay check good 4 resistance. from the powertrain control module. the ignition coil driver to coil,asd to coil and injector, asd relay from pcm to asd and fuel pump relay. all check good 4 resistance.but the book says that the connector behind battery. its closer to firewall.number 3 on connector on pcm to that pin on that connector are the same. well when i check it for resistance at first got nothing.then started wiggling it around and i could make it go from high to low to no resistance.can't get any thing now. but i can hook meter to that pin on the conector behind battery. and 7 wires on connector to pcm show resistance. two of them go to a printed left and right circuit board connector that i can't find.
no volts to coil!this is 4th or 5th time i have asked about this. this is a 4x4 on 1992 Dodge Dakota
check to see if your getting power to plug with a test light then check fuses and relays