I have a 1994 Dodge Dakota, V6, 3.9; automatic, 2 wheel drive.
It died on me. No spark and no fuel. I followed advice from several people and replaced several components.
I replaced the coil, fuel pump, cam position sensor, crank position sensor and even the ECM. I checked fuses, relays, and wires.
No spark, no fuel.
Checked the “hot” wire to the ECM and no voltage present. Jumped between the positive post on the battery and the hot wire to the ECM.
Started right up.
I can’t find where the break is between the battery and the ECM. I ran a wire and spliced into the ECM and the power control box.
Runs every time. I have driven it a few times since then and there are no problems with how it starts or runs. But I know there is something wrong. I just can’t find it.
Every thing seems to be working OK, but when I turn on the turn signal the needle in the dash voltmeter fluctuates.
Can someone send me in the right direction. I’m trying to survive on my SS and cannot afford to put it in the shop.
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