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post #1 of 3 Old 05-06-2011, 11:46 PM Thread Starter
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No Spark, No Fault.

Ok guys, we are officially stumped, so I'm hoping you guys can point me in the right direction.

The Patient is an 86 Chrysler Lazer T1 5 Speed, with no spark, something we have fixed before. Tried 3 different HEP's, Logic Modules, Coils, Power modules, checked every single wire and connector we can think of. Occasionally, we can get the car to fire up and run like nothing is wrong, before it cuts out after a few seconds/minutes, no hesitation or misfires, just dies like someone cut the power.

Here is where it gets odd. The fault code light will not come on, at all. The bulb is good, lights up just fine when you hook it to power directly. We traced the wire all the way back to the LM, nothing. Tried a LM out of a working 86 T1 5 Speed Charger, still nothing.

We have tried all the traditional fixes for No Spark, and the Lack of any Fault Code light is not helping. Thanks for whatever ideas you can come up with.

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Re: No Spark, No Fault.

Check your connectors at the power module, both the 12-way, but especially the 10-way connector. Wiggle it a bit and see if the car starts. I had TWO 10-way connectors be the source of endless aggrivation and cause of all my troubles on TWO different cars within a month of each other. If you get the car running, grab the 10-way, wiggle it and see if the car dies. If you cant get it to start trace back the pink wire from the 10-way connector to the 2 fuaseable links its connected to, see if either one is blown. The pink wire is the 12v constant power supply to the PM. When I had my connector issues the connection was loose enough that it pulled mad amps through the circuit, and blew my fuseable links

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