I just put a new motor in my truck. When putting it in we cut the wire on the crank sensor so I put a new one on. I had the truck running in the driveway and it died. Now it won't start. It turns over, but I am not getting any fire. I also replaced the PCM and that didn't work. Any solutions?
Turns over, but won't start. on 1994 Dodge Ram 1500
MOST POPULAR ANSWER by Johnny Mopar ,
March 01, 2011
You replaced the wire or Crank Sensor? Sensor circuits are very sensitive, replace the sensor if you havn't already done so and carefully inspect all engine wiring of any other collateral damage which may have occured during the engine swap.
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