Question about 1991 Dodge Dakota
To check a starter relay you need to remove relay from fuse/relay panel. then with a ohm meter check for continuity between terminal 87a and 30 for continuity. and then check between terminals 87 and 30, there should be no continuity between 87 and 30. you will have continuity between 87a and 30. if this all checks out then check for resistance between 85 and 86. it should read 70-80 ohms. if this all checks out then rig up a jumper wire from positive post on battery to terminal 86 and ground terminal 85. the relay should click. if not then replace it with new relay.
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