20 Most Recent 1994 Dodge Shadow Questions & Answers

Replace the starter solenoid. Make sure you hook the wires back properly. Try jumping across the solenoid with cables to see the starter crank. That makes a direction to the starter. That's what the solenoid does. It connects those 2 cable ends together to make the starter crank over.

1994 Dodge... | Answered on Nov 12, 2017

Not sure what engine you have in your car but the upper radiator hose connects to the thermostat housing. To access/replace the thermostat, drain the radiator using the butterfly valve on the bottom of the radiator. Then disconnect the upper radiator hose from the thermostat housing. Last take the 2 bolts off holding the housing in place. (See pic) and replace the thermostat.

Put it all back together and don't forget get to fill the radiator back up with new coolant 50/50 blend.

1994 Dodge... | Answered on Sep 10, 2016

most likely its on the same circuit so it powers it on when you power on your headlights

1994 Dodge... | Answered on May 19, 2015

Have you checked your fuses also you may have a broken ground wire somewhere in the circuit. Hoe this helps.

1994 Dodge... | Answered on Oct 15, 2014

Check the positive side first by grounding the negative probe of the meter, then the negative side for a pulse.

1994 Dodge... | Answered on Feb 06, 2014

Have you checked the ASD relay ?

1994 Dodge... | Answered on Feb 06, 2014

Check the crank shaft sensor. That is what tells the ingnition to fire.

1994 Dodge... | Answered on Feb 06, 2014

On a car that old, you will have to remove the
parking cables & see if they are so rusted you
have to replace them

Also will have to take the rear brakes apart for
cleaning & service

1994 Dodge... | Answered on Aug 28, 2013

I think you need new tension pulley.

1994 Dodge... | Answered on Apr 15, 2013

Easy to replace two bolts one the back of the steering wheel 10mm I think, call the dealer and junk yards not sure of the cost.

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1994 Dodge... | Answered on Feb 09, 2013

Possible causes include low coolent level ( I know it sounds wrong, but if the coolent level is low hot coolent won't circulate to the heater core)

The thermostat may be stuck open, if it is the engine won't reach proper operating temp. Only solution is to replace, but it is easy to do and thermostats are inexpensive.

Heater core may be plugged, this is more likely if stopleak has ever been used to stop a radiator leak. Solution would be backflushing the heater core.

The valve that controls the flow of coolent to the heater core could be stuck or defective or the vacuum switch that controls the valve might be defective.

1994 Dodge... | Answered on Jan 22, 2013

It's difficult to answer from your brief description but it could be a blown head gasket, bad radiator, stuck thermostat, or the cooling system may be air locked. The oxygen sensor could be causing it to run rich.

Before digging into a head gasket do a few more things....

Does the Cooling fan(s) come on? No, check relays? If it has 2 fans turn A/C on, one should come on.

Check engine oil, is it over full and milky looking? Indicates Blown Head Gasket

Open Coolant over flow bottle is it bubbling if so does it smell like exhaust fumes? Indicates Blown Head Gasket

1994 Dodge... | Answered on Dec 30, 2012

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