Question about Dodge Pickup
Your starter may be bad. A rebuilt cured my fuse problem
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
Unplug the engine shut down solanoid and try it again. the solanoid is on the left side of the engine and has a three wire connector going to it. just unplug it and replace the fuse. the engine should crank over but not start- but most importantly the fuse shouldn't blow. if this doesn't work then you could have a bad spot in the harness. the fuse only blows in the start position cause the shut down soanoid energizes an extra coil in the start position to pull it in. this could have nothing to do with your problem but as an ex-komatsu field tech. that HAD to get a machine running or have a mad operator/owner i have figured alot of these out as there are cummns' in almost everything.
there is more to this but i don't know if i'm already over your head. request a response from me if ya want/need more info.. - good luck
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