I changed the rear brake light that had shorted out and now the ignition
will not turn. Someone suggested the security system locked the car. all the
lights and the doors are still active from the remote. Someone else
suggested disconnecting the battery for five minutes. It was too dark to see
if a fuse was blown. However, which fuse would it be? The light that I
changed works fine.
Help the car is sitting in a parking deck and the next option is towing to a
Thanks for responding. I did try that. I spoke to two dodge dealers and read
through some posts on automotive helper.com That was one of their
suggestions. I was also told to clean the battery connections. I polished
the connections until they shined. Hooked everything up and it still did not
turn over. My wife came along put the key in the ignition and slammed in
with her fist. Van started.
Went to a dealer and it turned out to be the ignition switch. Unfortunately
they wanted 300 to do the work and could not do until next week. I called a
locksmith and the came out and installed it for 135. Alot for a few minutes
work but it all worked out. The brake light was a coincidence.
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