Having problems with your 1996 Dodge Dakota ?

I have a '96 Dodge Dakota 5.2 V6 4x4 that will not run again the first time we bypassed replacing the neutral safety switch, By connecting a starter switch from the starter wire to the positive cable. It run a about a week then it just wouldn't start. At first I wasn't even getting a spark but I has getting power to my lights and radio. I replaced my ignition switch as well as the part that holds the switch in place. Then it was trying to start, but seemed like it wasn't getting the gas to the t

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 23-07-2018

Answers :

The car did not start because of electrical problem, could hav been a wiring shorting , or a bad ignition.

When you bypassed replacing the neutral safety switch, you kept using the car with the problem on, and now something else has blown.

You need to test the whole wirings now, do a code scan first, and test ignition and distribution, the injectors should have nothing to do with this.

To test wiring you need the wiring diagrams, buy the Haynes manual.
Retired ford dealer tech in india ??
\015\012undue bypassing the neutral safety switch and check the relays on the fuse panel in the engine compartment near the battery. there may be several that need replacement... my windstar van used to eat them
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