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Dodge Lancer was created in 1955.
No, Dodge does not use reset switches.
Should be located in the back of the alternator
I got 89 dodge dakota 2.5 engine 5 speed pickup won't
the relay closest to the driver on the fender well
Next to the oil filter and oil pump. Wheres two sensors down there its the one on the left.
There are access plates under the rear seat to access the left and right side fuel pump modules.
I don't believe that there is one.
on the inside of the passenger side tire.
No such part. There is an auto shutdown (ASD) relay in the fuse box next to the battery.No such part. There is an auto shutdown (ASD) relay in the fuse box next to the battery.
It is on the back of the injection pump, about the center of the engine on the drivers side. this link has a good labled drawing.
FROM A HAYNES MANUAL
It's built into the alternator.
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Relays are located behind the battery against the firewall and you do have two under the glove box ,pop it out they are on the right.
Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches.Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches.
Dodge vehicles do not use inertia/reset switches. The system is computer controlled with under hood relays
cooling fan relay circuit
The engine computer is the voltage regulator.
Code 52 on a Dodge Lancer 2.2L turbo means the oxygen sensor signal input indicates a rich air/fuel mixture ratio condition during engine operation.
A Neon does not have a shutdown related to the oil sensor.
1987 Dodge Lancer's came equipped with R-12 freon in the air conditioning system.
Under the hood on firewall beneath brake booster in a bracket holding two relays, the other is the auto shutdown relay. They are purchased and replaced as a pair.