Question about 1999 Dodge Dakota
Odometer reads no bus but also truck won't start
Try unplugging you crank sensor,if you unplug it and the "no bus" goes away from your dash,replce the crank sensor,i have seen this problem ALOT on dodge,the crank sensor is on top of the bell housing between the engine and transmission and plugs into the wiring harness on the drivers side of the distributor.if you have a 5.2 ltr,the sensor is located in the transmission bell housing behind the passenger side head of the engine,hope this helps you out
Posted on Oct 24, 2011
Clean your negative battery cable end and battery post. The "no bus" usually is caused from a bad ground.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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