My problem is motor won’t crank in myDodge2000 1500Ram. Starter, neutral safety switch all good. Starter relay is good but the socket has some problems. At one point I had power at #30 tried to jump #30 to #87 it didn’t start, battery to #87 didn’t start. I checked out all fuses in CPU all are good cleaned power leads to CPU moved engine line up and down thinking it wasn’t making contact. Checked #30 for power didn’t have any. Then tired battery to #87 it started put relay back in, it didn’t start. My Chilton book say if no power at #30 to check fuse F12 in CPU, fuses in my CPU are not labeled like that, they are listed by name of what the fuse does. I then checked all fuse sockets that had to do with ignition all were good. What does the F12 fuse do? Does the F12 feed power to #30? Chilton doesn’t have any material on the CPU. It appears to me that the contact (or main board, if it has one) in the CPU has a problem. It looks like I can separate the CPU. I would like to know what it looks like before I do, or have more information about it. Should I take out all fuses before I separate it? Is their something special I should use to clean the contact with? Do you think my problem is in the CPU?
have the same problem?
Wednesday, March 9th, 2011 AT 6:24 AM