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dennislamb

no power to coil and fuel pump, no start

Unread post by dennislamb » Tue Jul 12, 2016 12:40 pm

1992 dodge Dakota 3.9 just stopped while driving. New coil, new crank sensor and cam sensor. I'm not getting NO power to coil or fuel pump.

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carriedi
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Re: no power to coil and fuel pump, no start

Unread post by carriedi » Tue Jul 12, 2016 8:23 pm

the dark green and orange wire powers up almost everything to get your truck running.

Check your ASD relay and see if it's sending the voltage out. Battery voltage should come from the red and white and the relay should send it out on the dark green and orange wire.

cross398
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the wiper does not work with a delay

Unread post by cross398 » Sun Jun 10, 2018 6:32 am

Hello!!!
Dodge Grand Caravan 2000 3.0L
the wiper does not work with a delay.

When turn on in the first position, the windscreen wiper works once. Then it starts working when turn on the fast position.
But it does not work with a pause.
Washer Switch replaced a new one.

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Re: the wiper does not work with a delay

Unread post by carriedi » Sun Jun 10, 2018 7:08 pm

before you get into diagnosing the wiper circuits and body control module, check you wiper relays. just switch them with another relay that is the same like the headlight relay. switch the headlight relay with one of the wiper relays and check to see if intermittent works. If it still doesn't work replace that wiper relay and put the headlight relay in place of the other wiper relay. If the intermittent works with a different relay in either position just get a new relay.

if the intermittent wipers don't work with a different relay in either relay position you are going to have to check if you are getting the correct signal to the BCM or if the bcm is sending the correct signal out to the wiper motor.

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Re: the wiper does not work with a delay

Unread post by cross398 » Mon Jun 11, 2018 2:22 am

carriedi wrote:
> before you get into diagnosing the wiper circuits and body control module,
> check you wiper relays. just switch them with another relay that is the
> same like the headlight relay. switch the headlight relay with one of the
> wiper relays and check to see if intermittent works. If it still doesn't
> work replace that wiper relay and put the headlight relay in place of the
> other wiper relay. If the intermittent works with a different relay in
> either position just get a new relay.
>
> if the intermittent wipers don't work with a different relay in either
> relay position you are going to have to check if you are getting the
> correct signal to the BCM or if the bcm is sending the correct signal out
> to the wiper motor.
ok! Thanks

Kimbra

Ignition

Unread post by Kimbra » Sun Jun 06, 2021 3:59 pm

2004 Dodge Neon has very little resistance when turning key and car won't start.Everything else comes on.

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carriedi
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Re: Ignition

Unread post by carriedi » Mon Jun 07, 2021 4:29 am

i would look to see if your timing belt is turning your cam gear first

Tony8763

Valve springs

Unread post by Tony8763 » Mon Aug 29, 2022 11:00 am

I’ve replaced the lifters and camshaft and am putting the motor back together. I put the rocker arms and rods in but when I spin the motor manually the springs do not compress.

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Re: Valve springs

Unread post by carriedi » Tue Aug 30, 2022 12:35 am

make, model, year and engine...
does your engine use hydraulic lifters? did you soak them in oil to fill them up prior to the install?

what does your engine use to build up oil pressure? you may have to prime the oil system to get the lifters pumped up.

need more information

neville

torque spc

Unread post by neville » Sun Sep 04, 2022 11:09 pm

what is the torque specification for the oxygen sensor on a 2007 dodge caravan v6 3.3 liter engine

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carriedi
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Re: torque spc

Unread post by carriedi » Wed Sep 07, 2022 2:12 am

30 ft/lb (41 N.m)