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Things to check 1st.
Check battery for full charge 12+ volts
Clean Batt posts and cables with wire brush reconnect tight.
Follow both cables and clean and tighten connections at starter and ground at body. While at the starter give it a couple of lite hits with a hammer to free up.

This should fix it if not then replace.


Dodge Cars &... | Answered 51 minutes ago

Google search Fuse diagram for 2004 Dodge Durango Limited 5.7l/ Hemi look around if no answer look on the fuse box cover. Diagram usually located inside.

2004 Dodge... | Answered 58 minutes ago


Tps shorted on dodge pickups

Found this fix on a road trip .had just put on new tps 3 weeks earlier and on this trip I was in a bad rain storm tps shorted out. Went to parts another new one, but when unplugging the shorted one I noticed water in plug. So on new one I wrapped it in foil. That was 1 year ago to this date, have also fixed several other dodge pickups the same way. No more.tps problems
. What happens is was ayer drips down under the hood and straight on tps plug
this I found on couple of 99, and 2003 and 2004 trucks. So next time you have to replace tps just put it on plug it up and wrap it up good with fiol

4 hours ago | Cars & Trucks

Did you replace belt?Is it tight enough?Do you have fusible links?Check alternator wiring,may need replacing.Check battery,old alternator could of made it bad.Check ground battery cable,follow it's other end that is screwed into block.Also check positive cable to starter.Did you have the old alternator tested?Unlikely new alternator is bad.

Dodge Cars &... | Answered 6 hours ago

You probably blew a fuse. Find your owners manual and locate the fuse box that contains the fuses the protect the seats. You probably have a bare wire under the seat which when grounded shorted the system causing the fuse to blow. The same fuse could also control the door locks and other systems. If you do not have a manual, go to this website below.

2000 Dodge Grand... | Answered 6 hours ago

The IOD ( ignition Off Draw ) fuse is a 60amp fuse located in the underhood fuse block in cavitiy j13 I beleive it's yellow...This is the IOD - Main fuse.

Dodge Cars &... | Answered 13 hours ago

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Dodge Cars &... | Answered 22 hours ago

u'd need a proper manual for this in my opinion
like there are plenty of dealers and online shops that deal in those..
you can get some free at reliable-s tore and it;s actually really illustrative

2005 Dodge... | Answered 22 hours ago

Watch this video on how to replace the relay in the fuse box.

Dodge Cars &... | Answered Yesterday

Code p0700 is the TCM (transmission control module) giving a code because it does not like what it is seeing done in the transmission. If it is the only code that is set, then the problem could be anything related to the transmission. It could be a valve not working, too much clutch slippage, a bad servo etc. Have the code cleared and when it returns check to see if another code is with it. Meanwhile make sure the fluid is red and add an good transmission additive to the system.

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