Key in switch engine won't start?


Asked by Jan 26, 2015 at 11:41 PM about the Dodge Ram 1500

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2011 Dodge pickup 1500 Hemi won't start with key.

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get a test light and turn the key on test the ignition wires to see if they have power going to them before you spend any money

Bob Beaman

Check the voltage at the battery first. Should be 12.0 volts or more. If it is less than 12 volts charge the battery. Is the engine turning over? Is it making a clicking sound. Need more information.


hi your saying that your SKIM key will not work or it tells you that it doesn't reconnise the key? you have a second key that works?

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