well the cost is 200$ remove the transmission pan and that's where they are probably could do it you're self but research it first just in case i might do it my self. goodluck
Did you replace the ignition switch? Not the key tumbler but the actual ignition switch. If so, you have a wiring problem.
Remove two screws below panel holding switch. Two clips holds switch to panel. Pry up and pull
Dodge Durango is not equipped with a fuel pressure switch
Sounds like solenoid is not releasing or ignition switch is not moving from start to run position. If solenoid is located on top of starter remove clean plunger and replace If solenoid is on firewall replace If the starter is not fully engaging the flywheel, you'll need to either replace the starter or the Bendix/solenoid assembly. If the flywheel has been damaged, you'll need to replace that as well.
If you have code P1776 solenoid switch valve latched in low/rev position. You have a sticking valve in the transmission valve body. The valve body will need cleaned/replaced.
The 1997 Nissan Maxima. Reverse solenoid switch is located on the starter. The solenoid switch is attached to the side of the starter.
The starter solenoid is on the starter. Transmission solenoid is in or on the transmission.
A Dodge Durango does not have a reset or inertia switch.
Defective Starter solenoid or ignition switch. Ignition switch is bad.
Engine seized? Check for loose or corroded battery cables Weak or dead battery? Flat spot on starter? Bad starter solenoid? Bad neutral or clutch safety switch? Bad ignition switch?
The 2001 Chevy Blazer vacuum switch solenoid can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The vacuum switch solenoid will be on the passenger side of the firewall.
Pull the switch and change bulb in rear. 1 for night light and 2nd for fog light indicator.
A Dodge Durango does not have an inertia switch. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.
Dodge didn't make a 1991 Durango.
The starter solenoid is on the starter.The starter solenoid is on the starter.
solenoid or relay switch
You have to be more specific to get the right answer
Solenoid switch valve latched in the low/reverse position. On a 300M it is usually a failed transmission solenoid pack.Solenoid switch valve latched in the low/reverse position. On a 300M it is usually a failed transmission solenoid pack.
you need a starter its going out on you. The clutch switch may need adjustment. There is a switch which MUST be depressed when you step on the clutch. This is a safety feature to prevent the car from lurching forward when you start a car with a standard tranny. On mine, the floor mat prevented the cluch from being fully depressed and activating the switch. A simple adjustment of the switch fixed the problem. Note: the switch is threaded with a small lock nut to lock it in place. Definitely a starter solenoid problem. When your battery voltage is high enough the solenoid will work. When it drops slightly, the solenoid will only produce a clicking sound. Either your battery is marginal (Do a load test/voltage test on the battery) or the solenoid is beginning to break down. If you cannot replace the solenoid separately, you will have to replace the starter.
on the starter
it sounds like the regulator to me It is either the ignition switch, wire between the switch and solenoid or the solenoid
Not to bash on the last answer, but, the starter solenoid probably isn't at fault here. If it will start with the screwdriver then the starter solenoid is functioning. It either does or it doesnt. The answer lies in circuitry back from the solenoid to the ignition switch. You could have a bad ignition switch or neutral/safety switch.AnswerDefective starter solenoid.
There is no inertia switch on a Dodge.