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I use the 1991 dodge dynasty in enduro racing. went it to run in 2nd gear but it runs against the rev chip. how do you bypass it

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Main switch on the drivers door.

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SOURCE: 1991 Dodge Dynasty interior dome lights won't shut off

First, check the dimmer switch (should be the same as the headlight switch) and make sure it is not turned all the way to the right as that will turn on the overhead light.
If you are sure the door switch is fine, then I would replace the dimmer switch.

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The diagram should be on your upper radiator support or on the inside of the hood. It's black with a white diagram.

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hello there:
Just click on the diagram links beloiw for your model
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Belt Routing Diagram Multiple Accessory, w/o A.C. (Mfg. After 2/27/91) 5060980
Belt Routing Diagram Multiple Accessory, w/A.C. (Mfg. After 2/27/91) 5060990
Belt Routing Diagram Multiple Accessory, w/o A.C. (Mfg. Before 2/27/91) 5061000
Belt Routing Diagram Multiple Accessory, w/A.C. (Mfg. Before 2/27/91)

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