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Well, I have a 2001 Dodge Diesel 2500 4x4 5.9 standard and I had no signal, brake or hazzard lights that worked so I replaced the multifunction switch and now it won't start as the indicator for the "wait to start" does not come on or kick in as I can't hear it. I have checked the fuses and relays and all are fine. Any help would be great. Thanks

Mechanic's Assistant: It's good that it's giving you information about the problem. The Dodge Mechanic will know what to do. Are you hoping to fix this yourself?

Yes as I am miles from anywhere

Mechanic's Assistant: Great! What have you tried so far?

Fuses and switch

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It rarely has a problem

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Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago
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Hello and welcome to just answer. Since you were working around the steering column when replacing the multifunction switch, check the connector at the ignition switch. Disconnect it and inspect the terminals. Reconnect it and see if it will start. Let me know,

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
Where would I find the ignition connector? In the colum?
Customer reply replied 2 years ago
found it, right at the bottom of the switch, all terminals look good. Made no difference.
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Ok, do you have a 12 volt test light?

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
I just had the signal and brake lights on and it created a burning smell so took out flasher relay.
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Ok. When I get home from church I will send you a wiring diagram so we can do a few tests. Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
Sounds good. I will be back then too.
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Ok, using the test light, check and see if there is power on the 2 Fused Batt + terminals on the switch connector (they are highlighted in BOLD. Copy and paste the DropBox link below into your browser's address bar and hit enter to see the picture of the connector. Let me know what you find.

Chris

https://www.dropbox.com/s/appmc8djjg0ajzh/IGNITION%20SWITCH%20C1.doc?dl=0

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
ok both b + terminals have current.
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Ok good now when you turn the key to the start position, do you have voltage on the Yellow wire and on the Dark Blue wire? You will have to plug the connector in and probe it through the back side of the connector wherd the wires go into it. Let me know what you find.

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
there is voltage on the blue one but not on the yellow one
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Ok, then that tells me the ignition switch has failed. Replace the ignition switch. Based on what you have told me, that should fix it.

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
Question - if b+ current is fed to the yellow wire, should we be able to hear the heater solenoid turn on?
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Yes if the starter relay and wiring from the switch to the relay is good

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
Hey, we are not done yet......I didn`t have a ignition switch in my back pocket or in the next town, so had to order it in. In the process of installing.....will let you know how that goes....
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Ok, sounds good. I will keep an eye out for you.

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
just an update - no news, as it has been snowing, windy and ice pellets all day and as the truck is outside, it did not get looked at today....will touch base tomorrow.
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Ok, thanks for the update, and stay warm. I will keep an eye out for you.

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
Changed ignition switch with no new results - yellow wire still has no power.
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Really? when you turn the key to start the yellow wire has no power, yet both B + wires have power?

When you turn the key to the start position does it feel normal? I ask that because maybe the lock cylinder mechanism is broken inside. Try removing the switch and turning it to start with a flat blade screw driver.

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
that is correct - yellow has no power and both b+ wires have power.
Yes when key is turned on, it feels normal.
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Very strange indeed. If you remove the switch and then stick a screwdriver into the switch's mechanissm/slot and turn the switch to start with the screw driver will it crank?

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
Just to clarify - we do not have a problem with cranking the motor, it cranks over but there is no light indicator that comes on, "wait to start " nor does the manifold/engine heater come on.
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Well ok. A while back I asked you when you turned the key to the start position if there was power on the blue and the yellow wire. You said that there was no power when turned to the start position and that is what sent me down the path of a no crank issue. But it does crank so there has to be power on the Yellow wire. Ok, let me regroup and rethink this.

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
Sorry to have led you down the garden path, as it was only in your last message that the words "start position" sunk in.
Rechecked the yellow with the ignition in the start position and it has power.....but since that is the case, then in one of your previous messages, when you said that I should be able to hear the heater solenoid turn on with power fed to the yellow wire, must not be correct, as the heaters come on in the run position.
Customer reply replied 2 years ago
That is....the heater comes on, normally, in the run position.
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Right. That is correct. Ok when I get home from work I will pull up 5he diagram again and see what the next step is.

Chris

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Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

So let's regroup. The truck started and ran just fine until you replaced the turn signal multifunction switch correct?

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
that is correct, except that my signal, hazzard and brake lights, did not work. That is why I replaced the mulit-function switch, not finding any other problems in the chasis. When the new switch was installed a message came up in the trip meter, "no bu5 "
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Ok, That "no bus" is a clue. That message comes up when the communication bus is down. The voltage for the bus comes from the ECM (engine computer). Our next step is to check for voltage at the ECM connector. I am going to send you the ECM connector pin out so you can check that.

Be back in a bit.

Chris

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Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Ok here is the link. You may need to use a little stick pin inserted into the terminals and then touch the test light to the stick pin. let me know what you find.

Chris.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ysqenod1sy7kods/ECM%20connector.doc?dl=0

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
Just to confirm we are checking 5, 48 and 50?
We understand that they are to be probed with the connectors attached.
Is this correct?
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Those are the correct terminals, but disconnect it from the ECM(use a 4 mm allen wrench). And check them with the key on.

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
Check on the ECM side?
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

On the connector itself where it plugs into the ECM. You will need a tiny stick pin or paper clip inserted into the terminal, then touch the terminal with your test light.

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
Is it necessary to take the fuel filter off to get at the assembly?
Customer reply replied 2 years ago
from the top because it is very difficult to get under the vehicle, at this time.
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Yeah, you can unbolt the fuel filter and swing it out a bit, or remove it. Note that if you disconnect the fuel filter lines that you may need to bleed the system to get it to start.

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
just an update....we did not get the fuel filter off today as it was too cold to work outside with the fuel lines. Hopefully tomorrow.
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Ok, no worries. Thanks for the update, and I will look for you tomorrow.

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
It didn't get any warmer today.....:(
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Ok, well maybe tomorrow huh?

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
To begin there is a question about orientation of the plug.  The illustration provided shows two indexes around the periphery of the plug.  The one in question has two opposing points on the side opposite side.  These are off=set from each other, however there is no reference on the drawing for a positive identification.  In addition there is one of these indexes on each end as well..  If in fact the ECM is mounted in a common orientation may be a help.  However that is unknown to us.  The mounting bolts on the unit in question is an inverted diamond with the pointed end towards the bottom of the engine.  The wire bundle comes from this direction as well,..IE: from the front axle up.  Also on this connector is a guide pin or whatever adjacent to the retaining bolt in the center and on the top side of the bolt.  There is no reference to this projection in the drawing provided.All that said and presuming the row of pins 1-10 is on the upper or top side of the engine, with the key switch in the run or ign position,... voltage is a follows.Pin No   Voltage5             0.00148           2.4550           .70The only pin that has B+ voltage or even close is pin #6  (12.00v)B+ voltage at the battery 12.20
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Ok, let me pull up the diagram when I get home from work tonight. In the meantime, can you tell me what the colors of the wires you checked? That would be helpful.

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
Colour was not highly visible. But will check in morning if we can dig our way to the truck as we are getting a dump load of snow at the moment.
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Ok

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Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Ok terminal # ***** is a Light Green wire with a Black stripe. 48 and 50 are both Red wires with a White stripe. See if that helps you you identify the correct wires.

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
We have confirmed the orientation of the receptacle and am comfortable with the identification.  As a net result the previous data was erroneous.  Note the following.#5           12.2#48        .001#50        .001B+ voltage at the battery terminals            12.54
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Ok, let me see where the voltage should be coming from. After dinner I will pull up the diagram again.

Chris

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Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Check fuse # ***** (a 20 amp fuse) That fuse supplies voltage to 48 and 50. It is in the under hood fuse box. It may be labeled "engine or ECM" It should have voltage all the time. Let me know what you find.

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
OK.  after it warmed up from -37deg C we checked the #3 fuse.  Initially it seemed to be fine, however the meter would flutter if the fuse was wacked with a screwdriver handle.  It was decided to change the fuse just in case.  Following the fuse replacement the procedure check was performed on the #s 5,48, 50 sockets in the ECM connector.  The voltage on all terminals was within a couple of tenths of B+ voltage.??
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Aha! you are getting somewhere. Maybe a poor/loose connection in the fuse box/PDC. Hook everything back up and see if she will start.

Chris

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Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Any luck?

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
it started but the original problem of no lights is still an issue.
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Ok, well at least she is running again. So the Brake and turn signal lights to not work? Do the turn signal lights on the front come on?

Chris

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
Replacement of the "Engine" fuse would appear to have appeared to corrected the no start challenge. It would appear to not have much effect on the signal light problem. We changed the multifunction switch and signal light normal activity resumed. Not sure we understand the association between the "Engine" fuse and the multifunction switch. Or perhaps there is no connection. We are beginning to suspect there may be a corrosion problem with the junctions, connections, or whatever, in the power distribution center. Is there any history of challenges in this area? Would you have anything to offer here? This unit operates in a salted highway environment in the winter period.
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Hmmmm, the only thing that comes to mind is maybe the large bulkhead connector under the dash (to the left of the steering column) may have some corroded or loose terminals, so take a close look at that. Otherwise I do not see any correlation between the engine fuse and the multifunction switch at this point. Check for any loose ground connections under the dash and in the engine compartment also.

Well at least the truck is running again and the lights work huh?

I hope this information helps and if so please don't forget to rate my service using the just answer rating system on your page. If you have further questions after you rate, no worries because I will continue to help you even after you rate.

Thank you!

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Customer reply replied 2 years ago
Replacement of the "Engine" fuse would appear to have appeared to corrected the no start challenge.  It would appear to not have much effect on the signal light problem.  We changed the multifunction switch and signal light normal activity resumed.  Not sure we understand the association between the "Engine" fuse and the multifunction switch.  Or perhaps there is no connection.  We are beginning to suspect there may be a corrosion problem with the junctions, connections, or whatever, in the power distribution center.  Is there any history of challenges in this area?  Would you have anything to offer here?  This unit operates in a salted highway environment in the winter period.
Dodge Mechanic: Chris, Shop Foreman replied 2 years ago

Hmmmm, the only thing that comes to mind is maybe the large bulkhead connector under the dash (to the left of the steering column) may have some corroded or loose terminals, so take a close look at that. Otherwise I do not see any correlation between the engine fuse and the multifunction switch at this point. Check for any loose ground connections under the dash and in the engine compartment also.

Well at least the truck is running again and the lights work huh?

I hope this information helps and if so please don't forget to rate my service using the just answer rating system on your page. If you have further questions after you rate, no worries because I will continue to help you even after you rate.

Thank you!

Chris

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