Question about 2005 Dodge Ram 1500
Begin troubleshooting by checking 25A FUSE 20 in the integrated power module. Also check 30A FUSE 14. If the fuses are OK, there should be 12V at terminal 4 (RED wire) of the ignition switch. Check for 12 volts at terminal 13 (YEL wire) with the ignition switch rotated to START position. If nothing happens, the starter motor relay, the starter, and/or the PCM could be defective.
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