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ignition switch

  1. newram6868

    Push Button Ignition Extreme Delays

    Hello, having a new issue that popped out of nowhere. I went out to my 2019 Ram this morning and when I went to start it, nothing happened. Didn't get no keyfob detected or anything. I pushed the start button again twice and still nothing happened. Sitting there perplexed, with my foot still on...
  2. T

    Truck stuck in ACC mode when turning off.

    Truck is a 2020 Ram 1500. Started happening 2 days ago. I get to my destination, do my typical shut down (park, hit the ignition button, seatbelt, door). However, now the truck turns the engine off but does not shut the electrical system down once the door is opened - it stays in ACC mode. Last...
  3. CFCSW6

    Push to start not working. Any ideas??

    Hey everyone. I have a 2019 longhorn. Got in yesterday and pushed the start button. Nothing. No start, no ignition on, no accessories, no reaction to pushing the button. background on me, I’m a former mercedes master tech so I checked the obvious. Keys good. Battery good. Truck starts and runs...
  4. M

    2019 RAM 1500 Big Horn Ignition Switch Problem

    First time poster and not usually a forum guy so bare with me... 2019 RAM 1500 Big Horn battery keeps dying and dash shows "Key in Ignition" message even when the key is not in the ignition. I believe this is the cause of the battery drain but for some reason the Chrysler technicians don't...