Question about 2003 Chrysler Concorde
Typically dealers are the only people who can work with the security systems on cars. If it is a factory security system, calling a dealer would be your best option. If it is aftermarket, call the company that installed it. If you have a mechanic you trust, you are free to ask them for advice, but typically mechanics will refer you to a dealer for security system issues.
Posted on Oct 24, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes it sounds like the starter is bad,you have to keep on turning the key and you hear a click everytime you turn the key,replace the starter that should solve that problem,also make sure your battery connections are tight and clean.
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
Begin by doing these two things. change the fuel filter and treat your fuel with a product called seafoam, available at most auto parts stores. J.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
Have you had the battery changed since you had the car. Have that checked for a full charge and no dead cells. Always have the air-conditioning completely off when starting the car. The starter takes a lot of amps to turn over and having the AC on doesn't help.
and another reason is the code didn't clear out completely. this tool can help you test the code.
Posted on Jun 22, 2011
SOURCE: Just replaced the brake booster
The rod that connects to the brake pedal arm is shorter than the original, or the return spring on the brake pedal arm is broken or disconnected. What all this means is the arm is not coming back up to where it used to and is not contacting the brake light switch. Look up under there and re-adjust the switch, or the spring.
Posted on Aug 27, 2011
P0740 TCC Lock up Malfunction, the 740 says specifically that the clutch that locks up the input and output turbines of the torque converter is apparently not doing its job to perfection. This is a energy conserving feature that goes into effect above 45 mph. It may be simply electical activation issue or it could be a true slipping clutch. I would take it to a reputable independent transmission shop and have them check out which possibility is the cause. good-day !
Posted on Mar 31, 2012
Testimonial: "Yes, I should it take to a transmission specialist to a look at the problem. But do you think the 740 code will cause the car to stall?"
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