2000 Dodge Neon won't start
I have replaced the starter, battery, starter relay, ignition switch, checked all reading with a multimeter, almost everything reads fine..
but now here is what's happening..
I turn the key.. the line going from the starter relay to the starter solenoid gets no juice..
but when i manually engage the starter relay (take of the cap and tap the relay in with a plastic pin.. the voltage gets to the starter solenoid and the car starts and stays on with the key in the ignition..
I've replaced the starter relay 4 times, tried those relays in different spots, and i know they work.. but something between the ignition switch and the starter relay just isn't connecting right..
the car has a factory installed alarm that doesn't work anymore.. i was thinking it might have something to do with the computer for the alarm maybe..
any help is greatly appreciated..
runs just fine, just gotta pop up the hood and manually engage the relay to start it..