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Chrysler Repair/2.4L: No Spark when camshaft pos. sensor is plugged in


SoHappyNow wrote at 2013-04-06 00:35:35
Hi, we just replaced the timing belt, was in the process of buttoning up everything and the car was SIMPLY not sparking. This information saved us HOURS of time and Much MONEY: The spark coil plug is dark blue/tan, dark green/orange, and black/gray wiring (1-3) while the sensors orange, black/light blue, and either tan/yellow or gray/black (1-3) where the #3 pin colors are for the cam and crank sensors respectively.

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