Trying to identify starter relay on 92 Dodge Caravan
The manual says that the starter relay is on the driver's side on the "inner fender" for a 92 dodge caravan 3.0L. As I face the driver's side with the hood open I see on my right four relays in a row directly across from the positive side of the battery. Is the starter relay one of those? If so which one since the manual is silent on this point?
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The relays are located by each headlight for both fans Passenger and driver headlamps. look on the inside top of the inner fender just below the lip on each fender just behind each headlamp. Please do not forget to Rate my solution and giving testimonial. this is how i earn my achievements Thanks in advance. PS if you need further help please contact me back and i will email you a picture
The relay is either on the drivers side shock tower or the inner fender drivers side. There are four relays in these locations. It's been a while since I worked on this model so this explains my hesitantcy on pinpointing it to you. Check a chilton or haynes manual for the exact location or ask the parts dealer to show you on his computor. Hope this helps you. Good luck!
the relay box is on the driver side, next to the battery. remove cover to find fuses and relay. it's on the bottom right if you look at it from the driver side fender. in the cap, you should find the diagram of the location of every fuse/relay located in there.
If you mean the engine does not crank over (cranking over and starting are two different things) then it could either be the ignition switch or the fusible link, or the starter relay or the starter. You need a test light or volt meter to check where the power ends through this circuit. If you do not have either of these or know how to check voltage, I would go to the parts store and buy a starter relay. This is the easiest and cheapest to try. After you buy the starter relay you will find the old one mounted on the inner fender panel or fire wall on the driver side (under the hood). Good luck