Question about 1997 Dodge Intrepid
Sounds like the fuel pump or a faulty connecting on the battery like corrosion or loose connection. It is unusual for a relay to go out like that. It could be a loose connector on the ignition switch itself so you'll want to check that as well, in fact start by checking that and if you have tapped the fuse block for an alarm or other add on type equipment check for a loose wire causing a short. This is especially true if you had a Starter kill switch installed as part of an Alarm system.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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