Question about 1994 Dodge Dakota Club Cab
The truck will not crank over and yes it has a good battery. I can get it to turn over using a remote starter switch.
Most likely to be one of two things: a bad ignition switch or a blown starter fuse. I think at the front left side of the engine there is a relay box on top of the engine, inside this is a 40amp fuse for the starter. Replace this. (It may be in a different location on a '94 - check your owner's manual) Wiring harness faults at the steering column is a common problem with Dakotas and these can develop a short circuit that will blow out the starter fuse. You may want to carry around a spare fuse with you.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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