Question about 1999 Dodge Ram
THERE IS A FUSIBLE LINK WIRE THAT SUPPLYS POWER TO THE STARTER TO MAKE IT ENGAGE. THIS WIRE IS NORMALLY LOCATED ON THE LEFT INNER FENDER WELL. FIND THIS WIRE AND PULL ON IT GENTLY ,IF IT STRECHES IT IS BURNED OUT. IF YOU ARE REFERING TO NO POWER AT THE LARGE RED WIRE ON THE STARTER THEN CK BATTERY CONECTIONS IF YOU HAVE POWER TO THE SMALL WIRE ON THE STARTER(CK WITH A TEST LIGHT) WHEN KEY IS HELD TO START POSITION THEN YOU HAVE A BAD STARTER
Posted on Dec 09, 2014
Have to do some testing to find out why
I would assume you need a repair shop
If your going to work on your own vehicles,
you need reference material, in the form of factory
service manuals & in your case, wiring diagrams
If you do not have wiring diagrams & a volt meter
& basic electricity knowledge ,your not going to
even find a problem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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