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I have a Astroflex remote vehicle starter model 310-052-300. My vehicle is a 2004 Dodge Ram 3500 diesel, the Astroflex was installed the same day I bought my truck brand new in 2004. The installation was done professionally by an Astroflex dealer and have never had an issue with the Astroflex until now. When I use the remote my truck cranks but will not start. Replaced the batteries as I had never replaced them in 10 years. Tried to start my truck via the remote again and does the same thing, cranks but does not start. Truck starts fine using the key but will not start using the astroflex remote.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: electrical problem
there is a short on the car electric circuits, or inside the ignition block. If I was in your shoes I would start by replacing the ignition block. This can probably fix it. If it doesn't, you should check the ignition circuit backward to find the short.
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
Is this a manual or automatic tranny? I would be looking at the gearshift selector, did you try starting it in neutral, as opposed to park, if it's an auto, and how about a switch on the clutch pedal to prevent starting in gear, if it's a manual? How about wiring to the neutral safety start switch? Any fuses, circuit breakers been checked? What year truck?
I'm just throwing things out there, just to check before you spend any more money that you don't have to.
I could use a battery, right now- got an extra one?
Good luck and keep us posted.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
no you should be able to do it There should be a routing label on the underside of hood or on the radiator support/ Its should not be very hard if you have one already just loosen the Alternator it will slide down get the other one ready look to see the way its routed then slide the new one and tighten up the alternator thats it/ Please rate my response thank you very much
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
Have you had the rear diff serviced regularly? If not, this is most likely the cause. Metal builds up on the sensor, and "shorts" it out. Keeping your diff serviced every 30K should help them last longer.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
your starter solenoid is out. may have even blown a fuse under the hood in the fuse box in front of the driver. i believe it is a 30 amp.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
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