Question about 1994 Dodge Dakota Club Cab
The ''auto shut down relay'' (under the hood on the left fender) is not being energized. I believe this is why I have no spark and the fuel injectors are not working. What energizes this relay and how can I test circuit?
Hello this is a feature to stop the engine and exhaust system from filling up with gas when spark is lost! years ago fuel would be delivered as usual and you Eng and converter would be full of gas real hazard back then!!!!now they built into computer when spark fails fuel automatically shuts off safety feature??? or not? so i would start to test coil this is a good place to start and if you have engine light on plug in OBD 2 scan tool to retreve the fault hope this helps you out and if you do not have a proper spark tester tool i would invest in one most auto parts stores usually carry them!!! $15-$30 dollars usually.John
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