my stealth had a starting problem years ago. Put in and turn the key and nothing.....eventually will turn over and start. Its not the starter

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Asked by Apr 23, 2012 at 06:32 PM about the 1992 Dodge Stealth 2 Dr R/T Turbo AWD Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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I would check clutch pedal switch. Also the selinoid wire on the starter has a tendency to become loose or dirty with age.(#12 size wire with female connector on starter.). If those check ok I would then look at ignition switch.

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Check your ground cable off the battery. I had the same problem, the ground just needed to be replaced and it fixed everything!

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Yes thats what I would suggest as well Check your ground cable off the battery. I had the same problem last summer too.

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