96 dodge caravan does not want shut off, no key in ignition switch, I had to disconnect the neg wire.. If i try to put the wire back on battery car tries to turn on.

Asked by Jan 30, 2014 at 05:10 PM about the Dodge Grand Caravan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

96 dodge caravan does not want shut off, no key in ignition switch, I had to disconnect the neg
wire.. If i try to put the wire back on battery car tries to turn on. I checked tumbler all seems well
key turns with no problem no sticking. Check the starting switch also good. 96 caravan le 3.8l

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Disconnect this wire at the starter (Click on picture). If your starter still tries to crank by itself, when you reconnect the negative battery cable, then you need a new starter.

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thanks to late to try today I will check in the morning

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