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Re: key switch does not shut all the way off(sometimes)
Sounds like you may need new ignition cylinder with out more info, next time make sure the vehicle is all the way in park that could cause your problem because the shift cable may not be letting trans to fully lock into park but it is most likely the ignition cylinder
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The starter solenoid has a bad contact inside in delivering current to the starter. When it is cold the battery weaker than normal so it can not provide enough current to the starter since there is big resistance path from the bad solenoid preventing enough current to turn the starter to crank up the engine. Replacing the starter solenoid will take care of this problem.
still sounds like the timing belt/chain to me,especially since it just shut off goin down the road, had a 93 that did the same thing,dodge has a kind of safety switch that if the timing belt breaks the engine will shut down to keep you from tearing anything else up.
my power locks dont work or heated seats on my 2003 Dodge Ram 1500 i also have keyless remote entry and that dont work i took it to the dodge dealer and they had it for three days and could not find the problem they said the called dodge and did not get a answer please help