Question about 2001 Dodge Dakota
Wouldn't start, and battery wouldnt, charge so replaced. In process red wire that was hooked to the positive terminal broke due to corrosion. But I don't see where it was connected. I assumed was attached on the positive cable, but I stripped it back and still don't see a place. Truck will now turn over, but won't stay started unless I use the accelerator. Any clue?
The pcm has lost its memory for the ais motor start it up and drive it for a while ..you may have to 2 foot drive it for a short while then it should be fine...if you are sure that wire broke off the positive side you may need to replace the terminal end and reinstall it
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
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