View Single Post
  #5  
Old 07-19-2013, 06:17 AM
Simple guy Simple guy is offline
Dodge Ram Forum Senior Member!
 
Join Date: Jun 2013
Location: Pottstown, Pa
Age: 27
Posts: 247
Gender: Male
Vehicle: 2003 Ram 1500
Trim Level: SLT QC 4x4
Color: Mineral grey
Engine: 2002-2003 360ci (5.9L) Magnum V8 245hp 335lb/ft
Rep Power: 2
Rep:109
Simple guy will become famous soon enoughSimple guy will become famous soon enough
Default

There's two ways to check the crank sensor first is to check the resistance but that's only good if you know the specs for that particular brand sensor. Next is with an oscilloscope.

I'd first start by visually checking the Battery's terminals then standing voltage(before first start). Then check the CCAs. check the battery's chassis ground and wires associated with the starter(trigger/B+/ground). A battery that is a yr and a half old is half a typical battery's life span and they commonly fail early. I wouldn't be so eager to dismiss it. Then again, the battery should always be the starting point for the beginning of any starting issue aside from fuel level. LOL
__________________
Reply With Quote