2019 Ram 1500 won't start, lights ect work just clicks when I push the start button. Fuse?
We certainly understand why this would be concerning, Dj91. If you are not able to determine a solution based on suggestions provided here, we kindly recommend following up with your local Ram dealer for further assistance on this.I have a 2019 Rebel. Retired so I don't drive it every day. At times she sits for 3,4 days or longer. When I jump in to start her, I have to push the button 4 times before she turns over? Everything works she just won't start? If I drive on consecutive days, no issues whatsoever ever?
I have the same problem. Oout of warranty. Did you get it figured out?I have a 2019 Rebel. Retired so I don't drive it every day. At times she sits for 3,4 days or longer. When I jump in to start her, I have to push the button 4 times before she turns over? Everything works she just won't start? If I drive on consecutive days, no issues whatsoever ever?
Hi Toakes, and welcome.I'm having the same problem with same truck. Did you get a resolution?
Thanks for the response. I actually work at a automotive assembly plant, so I'm pretty well versed in the subject matter. But don't really know how push button starters work.Hi Toakes, and welcome.
Unforutunatly the member who asked the original question hasn't returned to say if they solved the problem or not, and hasn't visited the forum in more than a year. We all wish everyone would report whatever the solution to their problem was, but sometimes they don't.
Anyway, in your situation, if the starter just clicks instead of turning the engine over, the first thing I would check is the battery voltage. These trucks need a full battery charge and clean battery terminals to work right, and if they don't get it, all kinds of oddball problems can result.
You should have a minimum of 12.6 volts at the battery with everything turned off.
You also need to know that the battery voltage doesn't drop off a cliff when things get turned on, and the only way to do that is to have the battery load tested. An autoparts store can do this for you if you can get the battery to them.
There are other things that can cause the issue you're having, but knowing for sure that it's not a battery problem is the place to start.
You don't say what tools you have available, or how much do-it-yourself wrenching you're comfortable with. That kind of info will help folks share their ideas with you too.