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1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager Rallye
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New cam sensor new crank sensor new fuel pump new fuel filter change the coil pack I have fuel but spark is intermittent and it will not start
Probably a bad crank or cam sensor. They're quite often bad from the autoparts store, or at least every time anyone on the forums mentions that they changed the cam/crank sensor the new one ends up being defective.

You can measure primary and secondary resistance of the coil pack, but it'd be weird for all 3 to fail at once in an intermittent fashion. You can measure resistance in the cam/crank sensors too.

Cracked flex plate is a possibility too.
 
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Did you use paper spacers on the new sensors when you installed them?

Had same issue on my mom's old 94 Grand Voyager 3.8L. After a new crank and cam sensor, and a used ignition coil pack, nothing. Next we tried a junkyard ECM, and it fired right up. Right before that it was running just fine. It just failed instantly. Van was stranded an hour from home.
 
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