2017 Dodge Lonestar less than 40,000 miles won't start

Asked by Sep 16, 2019 at 03:08 AM about the 2010 Dodge Ram 1500 ST Quad Cab 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My Dodge got sunk into a mud hole had it
winched out it started that night but would
not go into Park or reverse and now it won't
start I think the battery is dead but have no
mechanical experience so not sure what to
do it is at the dealership but they're asking
way too much to even look at it does anyone
have any advice

2 Answers

It can Either be some kinda sensor or a transmission relay. After you got stuck did the truck make any weird sounds or do anything differently before getting pulled out

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If the truck is a 2017, you might be covered under the three year 36,000 miles warranty. Otherwise, the car might have gotten mud in the gearshift that clogged it and might have gotten WET mud into the electrical system under the hood. If so, chip the mud out of the gear shift and dry out the electrical components; will probably take a long time. Try using compressed air, followed by heat to get rid of moisture. If the battery is dead, charge the battery or replace it.

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