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99 durango no power

I have a 99 durango, no power what so ever, i hear a clicking sound behind the glove box. remote won't work, nothing. when i put the key in to turn it over at first everything worked, including the blower on the A.C. then when i went to start it nothing, all power was gone. It has a factory alarm.

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That clicking sound is most likely a relay. You can test the relay with a multimeter or ohm meter to see if it is defective. Hope this helped.

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