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2007 Crysler 300 pulled in to get gas turned car off. now car won't start. got a jump car started. took it to auto zone. he said battery fine alternater was at 14 it was fine. gauges going haywi

He put the code reader and he told me low voltage

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The alternator may be charging at 14v but if the battery cannot hold charge, then a low voltage issue may be present. If a jumpt start worked to get the vehicle going, then I'm assuming your battery is close to dead.

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SOURCE: Electrical problem (I hope) - Gauges jumping &charging light on

you most likely need a new alternator

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SOURCE: I get P2008 as a trouble code on the OB2 code

http://www.custommagnums.com/forums/general-magnum-discussion/31290-magnum-wont-start-serious-need-help.html

hope this helps

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