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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: fuseable link
Hi and welcome to FixYa,
In most Japanese brands, the fusible link is the short wire right after the battery that goes to a connector. Often, the battery + terminal has 2 wires; 1 very big that goes to the starter and another the feeds the fusebox. This 2nd wire from the + terminal is the fusible link.
Often fault with the fusible link is a corroded or burned connector/pin.
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Posted on Feb 04, 2009
The ASD relay provides the power to coil and pump, it needs to see a few things, 1, needs crank sensor signal, 2, needs dist signal, both of these sensors are commen to failure, scan tool can be helpful here to monitor data, also voltmeter is helpful to, just back probe the sense return signals at the PCM connectors. Also these trucks had a harness problem on left side fender area near the PDC relay box that feeds the ASD relay pin 87, ( this should light with a test light, key on,) open circuit in the harnes, has to be cut open to check. you can also jump this relay, pin 87 to 30, 87 being J2 ign feed, 30 going to coil and pump being a 1990 truck remote stater should not be a issue, unless it was just put in, then just unplugg it. GOOD LUCK. RDJRP
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
SOURCE: I have 1998 dodge ram
Here is three common problems I have found with rams over the years that can cause this problem. #1 Crank Sensor #2 Pick up coil #3 coil . I would put money on one of these things is your problem as long as you can hear your fuel pump working. If the fuel pump is not working and it has no spark it is a problem with your computer or a connection to your computer. If this help you 4 thumbs up is appreciated.
Posted on Dec 01, 2010
SOURCE: i have code p1633 keep
I ahve gathered this information from the web...This can be an inexpensive or expensive problem!
Suspect the battery is chronically low; not accepting a charge and needs to be replaced.
The power cables from the battery may be corroded. These should be removed cleaned and retightened.
Check the wiring harness and connections to the Power Train Control Module. Use a contact cleaner/ lubricant and a brush to clean these connections then reseat them firmly. Also make sure there are no chipped or frayed wires as it travels through the engine compartment.
Check all the fuses and other components in the fuse box and the battery junction box to make sure they are in place firmly seated; fuses are good and clean from any corrosion on the clips. The location of these boxes is in your owners manual.
Alas it may be the PCM itself. That should be replaced by a mechanic.
Hope that helps
Posted on Mar 08, 2011
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