Question about 1988 Dodge B250
The only practical way to check the ignition coil is to check for continuity across the two terminals of the low voltage side of the coil. New coils run between $15 and $30. Don't forget to check the ignition control module too. Auto parts stores used to be able to test them for free, but I am not sure they still do.
Posted on Jan 30, 2011
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