Question about 2004 Dodge Ram 2500
Yes, there is a clutch pedal safety switch which prevents the vehicle from being started without the clutch pedal being depressed. However, this switch if faulty would result in a no start ( no starter or solenoid sounds at all). I would first check a few very important things first, Clean both the battery terminals and cables. Check for a good ground connection and a tight and clean starter connection. I would also inspect the starter cables for any hot spots or damaged insulation. If all those are fine then you could test the clutch switch with a test light or volt ohm meter to ensure its working correctly. In all the years working on these I have only seen on switch ever fail. Generally the problem lies in the cables or a faulty solenoid.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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