Dodge Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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If the starter is clicking you will need to verify the starter has 12v on the small wire when cranking and if good then you have a bad starter.. If it will only click 1 time then it's a good chance your range sensor is bad in the transmission.. Do you know what codes are in the WIN module? Are you going to be doing the repairs or are you just looking at what could be the problem?
Yes we have replaced quite a few range sensors for this famous 1 click issue, and also there is a bulletin on the issue which I attached so you could read.
Vehicle Issue Intermittent NO CRANK . Customer may hear one Loud Click like the starter tried to engage for a second. Vehicle may start after setting for awhile.;If battery ,starter check out ok , and all electrial connections in the starter circuit check to be good. If the WCM ,and TIPM circuits are also good . Check out the Range Sensor .
System or Component Starting Issues;Group 08 - Electrical,Group 18 - Vehicle Performance / Driveability;Starting Vehicle;Yes - Intermittent
Recommendation If vehicle has been back several times for this intermittent No Crank with a one time Loud Click . Replace the Range Sensor
12/03/09 1:59 PM
If you don't have good knowledge on transmissions I wouldn't attempt to replace your range sensor. At this point you will need to have it towed to your local Dodge dealership for repair..
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