The car needed a reprogram of the body module and OBD.
We were lucky to find an honest neighborhood small garage owner who towed the car to
a person who could handle this. This is definitely not a do-it-yourself solution.
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There are many other possibilities for no start problem.Like battery very low on voltage or battery totally got weak/faulty.The starter is not functioning.There is no fuel or fuel pump is getting blocked.But yes, the alarm system is also possible.---------- Did you tried with any other key.Do you have two keys for the car.If yes, try with another key.Do you hear the horn chirping noise when you start the car.
Try to reset the Alarm:--
Insert the ignition key into driver side door lock.Then turn the key to anticlockwise direction and unlock the door.Then turn the key to clockwise direction.Then again turn key to anticlockwise direction.This resets the system.Then check.
Also disconnecting the reconnecting battery for 10 minutes resets the alarm system.
Try this troubleshooting.Keep updated.thanks.Helpmech.
Even though this appears to be factory installed it is actually an addon module. It should be located near the fuse panel under the drivers side Dash board. You can remove the whole module and reconnect the two wiring harnesses at that point using the original already installed connectors. It was a simple design. It is installed where the harness from the engine compartment connects to the under dash harness.
may work may not...on older cars when the starter went bad and the car wouldn't start you could tap the starter with a long screwdriver or hammer lightly and the solenoid would engage and start the car but you need to get it home or to shop cause it wouldn't work again..if you try this and the starter engages then the starter needs to be replaced if you haven't already tried..if the lights are flashing when you try to start the vehicle then o would say its prob a malfunctioning alarm system..try to diengage it by pulling fuse for alarm..don't know if you can though..check the starter...good luck
well thats an interesting idea but by bypassing the alarm your car will not usualy start it is a safety feature that is built in to all chrysler autos it will disable the starter coil door locks windows and half the electrical systm as a safety feature and anti theft feature
if its the remote then it needs to be swapped out. it could be the alarm module if the remote is not the thing that malfunctioning. i would get the alarm reprogrammed by the dealer and the whole module and go from there.
so in order, 1. reprogram whole system 2.replace remote 3.replace module
There sould be a small door switch on the b-pillar of your van. It is held on by a phyllips screw. Purchase a switch and replace it. This is a very simple one screw and one wire repair.Let me know if you need more info.