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In addition to what the smart guys here have told you, I'd highly recommend checking the bulkhead connector for corrosion and faulty connections. It's located on the firewall and most likely somewhere around the area near the power brake booster or a little lower on the firewall. These are known problem areas on the older Darts and Valiants and can cause a lot of electrical problems. I'm not saying that's the root of your problems, as I'm not a mechanic, but I've owned several Darts over the years and most had to have this area cleaned up.
 

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Man, my Dad started taking me to junk yards with him when I was about 10 years old. I loved it! The smell of the old cars, the grease and oil and just seeing the old cars was a treat for me. Dad had big hands and fingers and if he needed something that was in a tight spot, that's where I came in handy. Junk yards have sure changed a LOT in the past 45 years, but I still love going to the Pull-A-Part. I could spend a whole day in one and be content. Take your digitial camera if you have one and anything you see that you may want to work on, snap a picture and you'll have a reference as to how to install it on your car.
 
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