How on a 93 dodge spirit 3.0L how do you check to see if the starter relay is bad?
from what ive read you can switch the starter relay with the horn relay and give it a try.... if she starts and the horn dont work you have a bad relay
How do you fix or find a short in a wire that causes the starter fuse on a 2004 Dodge Neon to keep blowing?
Disconnect the wire at the starter and try the ignition. My guess is that the starter itself is the problem. If the fuse does not blow then it is the starter, if it does blow then go to the relay center in the engine compartment and check the starter relay. Work your way back to the ignition switch.
What should you check next if you already replaced the battery and the starter and your vehicle still will not start?
Since you changed your battery and starter I'm assuming you are getting fuel and spark is your problem. You should check your starter relay, the wires from the relay to your starter, the wires from your battery to the relay, the wires from your locking cylinder to the relay, and your locking cylinder. You might also check your alternator. You can take it to a parts store to have it bench tested for free.
Can you help i have a 2004 dodge ram wont start new battery all fuses good wont make a sound has all power wont do anything checked all relays need help?
Why does 1998 dodge neon have power everywhere but starter is dead starter is new and worked for 2 months?
A relay IS a switch, so it's un-necessary to use both terms. The starter relay in this Dodge is in the Power Control box at the top of driver side of the engine bay. A black liddded box, about 3x9 inches. Places of the fuses and relays are inside the lid. However there is also a starter solenoid attached to the starter in this model. Either one of these parts could cause failure to power…
check for power to starter; check fusable links at positive battery connection, can you jump starter directly with power source? if not maybe the starter should be taken out and inspected/bench tested. given the year I suspect wiring/connection issues. a worn out ignition switch would be common for this age of vehicle. check operation of starter relay. check for power to starter; check fusable links at positive battery connection, can you jump starter directly with…