Dodge Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hello and welcome to just answer. Have you tried a new starter relay?
Ok, when you turn the key to the start position, do you get power on terminal #85 of the starter relay?
Ok, now go to the ignition switch and recheck this at the yellow wire on the ignition switch connector. Should be voltage at that wire when turning to the start position. Back probe the terminal to vheck it. If there is no voltage, then suspect a faulty switch.
Yes Copy and paste the link below into your browser's address bar to see the procedures for removing the trim and covers to get to the ignition switch. I hope this helps,
No worries my friend. Take your time, and I will keep an eye out for your reply on Monday. Have a good weekend!
I think it may be the PCM now. The PCM supplies the ground circuit to the starter relay. If that ground is not present, then the relay will not be energized and in turn no voltage down to the starter on the small wire. bThat is what I am thinking now.
I think replacing the PCM is in order based on your symptoms. Inspect/check the wiring and battery cables first though. If you see no issues with the wiring, then go ahead and replace the PCM.
Yes it still sounds like a PCM issue. Have you looked into sending your PCM out and having it rebuilt or refurbished?