1998 Dodge Ram 1500 4WD "ignition switch" Questions

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...ignition switch in 05 ram 1500 switch locked up and will not turn on. How do you get the old switch out to replace it. Step1 Disconnect the negative battery cable from the terminal on the battery. ...

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...ignition switch might be faulty since you mention last week some part of the dash instrument work and some dint, common problems for the unit to wear and fail. Ignition switch work like a master ...

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...motor won't run unless you tap on or get ignition switch in the right spot blower motor won't run unless you tap on or get ignition switch in the right spot Faulty ignition

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...ignition switch? yes, or the relay. Look in relay box under hood. Ignition relay should click when key is turned on. If not, replace relay. Much cheaper than a switch. May still be the switch, but ...

ignition switch removal and replace how to on dodge ram 1500 lock and tumbler (key switch) remove steering wheel remove clockspring remove set screw remove switch...lower column ignition switch remove

ignition switch. that should fix most of your problems. As for the power windows and the stereo they just have poor connections. You'll need to unplug them, check the wires, connections and clean them

...ignition switch. Truck will not start or crank over. Begin troubleshooting by checking 25A FUSE 20 in the integrated power module. Also check 30A FUSE 14. If the fuses are OK, there should be 12V at ...

... Is this the ignition switch? REMOVE THE COVERS AROUND STEERING COLUMN..UNPLUG IGNITION SWITCH AND CHECK FOR MELTED WIRNG CONNECTOR..IF MELTED YOU CAN GET BOTH PIECES FROM DEALER..HAVE SEEN THIS ...

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...ignition switch on the column. Dodge trucks have a wonky aspect to the ignition key switch. My Ram does the same thing. While parked, put the key in and try to wiggle the whole ignition cylinder. If ...

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...switch or ignition switch?what could be my problem? Yes the power goes from the ignition switch to the fan switch.My guess would be the blower motor resistor is going bad. Check for a melted wire ...

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