Question about 1984 Dodge 600
Replaced lowbeam and it went out again w/i 2 days, replaced again and also new battery, died w/i week and won't restart (sounds like wants to, but no spark) trying to find ballast resister to replace it
Hi Teri, I'm glad to help! Wow Teri, this has been a long time working on one of these. The ballast was usually mounted under the hood on the firewall somewhere, don't remember the exact location its been to long. Hope this helps and have an awesome day Teri.
Posted on Jun 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Double check all connections are clean & tight. You need to get a voltmeter and have the voltage tested at battery with engine off & running. Drive it to the Napa shop you bought the alternator from if necessary, they should perform test free of charge, as the possibility of a faulty one is not out of the question, provided all is connected properly. Did you check that a main fuse for alternator wasn't blown in Uunderhood power distribution box?
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
SOURCE: 1991 Dodge 318 no spark
Yes,an ohmeter across the two power leads(pimary) should yeild a fairly low resistance I'm not sure on the specs but it is just a winding so maybe 10 ohms,then test the secodary winding with one lead to either power lead and one lead to the high voltage post(the coil wire connection),should read about 10k ohms,you can go to autozone.com and register and they have a repair guide that should have the test specs.
Posted on May 17, 2009
I would say to have your egr valve checked. Sometimes in these Dodge brands they will get clogged and the air can't flow right. One way you can check if this is happening while driving is to watch your rpms. If they drop a bit then come back up I would assume that is the cause, although I don't remember the radio dying any time his has happened.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
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