Question about Plymouth Cars & Trucks
Was driving down the road, going to stop at a stop sign, all the dash lights started to dim and then the entire car shut down. I dont know if its the ignition switch or the fusable link. If it is the fusable link, I personaly do not know where i should start looking. If its not how exactly do i get to the ignition switch?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 pontiac sunfire
I had the same problem. Goodwrench looked at my car for 2 hours could not figure it out. Then they unpluged the body control module and plugged it back in and presto, problem solved.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
if any of your warning lights came on be fore it died, and if you have no cranking power to start the car i would get the alternator tested or do it your self with a voltage meter. get a jumpstart and the alternator should be putting out 14.8 dc. if not then you need a new one
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
Check your battery cable connections. If there are no signs of corrosion and none of them are loose, check the other end of the cables i.e. for the positive cable, the starter solenoid connection and the negative cable at the "ground" connection probably on the engine block.
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
alternator is going be the problem, when that stoped working the car was running off the battery when that died your car cut off.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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