This article is a step by step testing guide to diagnose and troubleshoot a misfire condition and/or a bad Ignition Coil Pack on the 99, 00, 01 Chrysler (Dodge and Plymouth) mini-vans with a 3.3L V6 engine. There are two other Ignition Coil Pack Test articles for 3.3L, 3.8L Chrysler vehicles (1990-2008) at: Chrysler 3.3L, 3.8L Index of Articles. This first section (of this four part article) contains a lot of important information that will help you to successfully diagnose the Coil Pack on your Chrysler (or Dodge and Plymouth) mini-van. Symptoms Of A Bad Chrysler Coil Pack When the ignition coil pack or the spark plug wires are bad, your Chrysler (or Dodge or Eagle or Plymouth) mini-van will display one or more of the following symptoms: The car idles rough and wants to stall (die). When you accelerate the car, it has no power. Really bad gas mileage.
How To Test The Coil Pack 3.3L Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth
August 11, 2012Updated: January 17, 2020By: Abraham Torres-ArredondoArticle ID: 23