The Dodge Intrepid (1993) starting system has the following parts and components: Ignition switch; Starter relay; Neutral starting and back-up switch with automatic transmissions only; Wiring harness; Battery; and Starter motor with an integral solenoid. These components form two separate circuits. A high amperage circuit that feeds the starter motor up to 300+ amps, and a control circuit that operates on less than 20 amps.
Dodge Intrepid Starting System Wiring and Circuit Diagram
The Battery, Starting, and Charging Systems operate in conjunction with one another, and must be thoroughly tested as a complete system. The battery stores, stabilizes, and produces electrical current to operate various electrical systems in the vehicle.